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Bwog Editorializes! There Are Way Too Many <i>Star Wars</i> Novels On This Campus

In today’s (admittedly bad-ass) Spec “University Space” supplement, an article on the lack of student group space pointed out: [T]he Science Fiction Society, for example, keeps its library of 20,000 novels in the Student Government Office on the fifth floor of Lerner. To recap: Ad Hoc, The Columbia Current, The Columbia Political Review, The Columbia […]

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What starts with ‘C’ and rhymes with ‘Spock’?

Seen on a Student Government Office computer during the weekly Fed meeting: The Wikipedia entry for “Slash Fiction.“ What is Slash Fiction? Slash fiction is a type of fan fiction in which one or more media characters are involved in a homosexual relationship as a primary plot element. These gay pairings are often described in […]

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Suicide Girl-About-Town

Bwog staffer Brendan Ballou sat down with Columbia junior Jamie, a writer for the Fed, the former singer for the F-Holes, and current Suicide Girl to discuss knitting, pornography, and why the Blue and White is too pretentious. Don’t I know you from somewhere? Well, I’m naked on the Internet. I feel that it’s something […]

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