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Trill Mah Finds Her Rhythm

Morgan Hughes, better known as Trill Mah, rose to Columbia music fame last Spring when she was selected as an opener for Bacchanal. Senior Staffer Briana caught up with the artist to see what she’s been up to this year with music and life. “I live on the fifth floor, so I’m sorry in advance for […]

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Why Your Grades Take So Long To Show Up

Bwog is still waiting on a few grades, and judging by the comments, you are too. But it might not be entirely your professor’s fault: according to an email sent out to 1007 students by Prof. John Kender, Columbia’s grading system is more than 30 years old. Columbia processes grades by using a system that […]

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Bwoglines: Mysteries Edition

Google previewed their “augmented reality” glasses, inciting debate about what results they could produce. (Nine MSN, Slash Gear, ZDNet) Giant panda’s sex life is becoming less of a mystery–but that doesn’t make yours any easier. (MSNBC) Wall Streeters are no longer dismissing techno as some weird things kids these days are mysteriously into.  (NYTimes) The […]

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Printing@Columbia (Minus the Pain)

What is it that makes Columbia students so obsessed with printing? Maybe it’s the excessively long lines right before class, those excruciating warm-up times, the thrill of guessing between printer A or printer B (only to discover that the one you chose has a printer jam)—or maybe it’s just the fact that printing at Columbia is simply […]

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Potulenta Ex Machina

A new breed of vending machine has been spotted in Uris and the Law Library. Marvel with us at the crowning achievement of beverage dispensing technology—the intuitive interface, the high-definition lowercase fonts, the ability to awkwardly sort of spin images on the screen with your finger and maybe select an item after pressing a button […]

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The Social Experiment: Looking Back, Looking Forward

Bwog caught up with the winners of The Social Experiment, Sharon Wu and Abril Dozal, to find out how they won, what they plan to do with their winnings, and whether or not they will buy their friends cake. What are you going to do with the money? Sharon: I’m using it to pay for my […]

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First Chance to Determine the Rest of Your Life

For all you forward-looking seniors- the Center for Career Education is extending an invitation to “launch the academic year and your job search” at their first career fair of the semester. It runs until 12 today in Low Library. (So Days on Campus isn’t the only time you’re allowed up there after all…) According to […]

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QuickSpec: Sometime In The Near-Future Edition

You wake up in your 30th floor Park West Village apartment before having breakfast at Whole Foods downstairs. You think about riding the subway to work, but economic hardship has forced the city to cut your local line. You instead hop into your green-roofed, solar-powered, bamboo car and take off for Columbia. You park near […]

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