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Bwoglines: Changes Edition

Microsoft acquired Skype for $8.5 billion. Great, so more blue screens while having skype sex. (Engadget) MetroCards are being phased out! Over the next three or four years, that is. (NY Daily News) Brooklyn-based Hasidic Jewish newspaper Der Tzitung photoshopped Hillary Clinton and another woman out of the now famous recent situation room photos. (WaPo, […]

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A House is Not a Home Until It Has Wireless

If you’re still cursing the housing gods for your 90-square foot single in Wien, cheer up! Though you’ll probably be stuck there all year, at least Housing’s tried to make it a little nicer for ya. Check out our list of all the new renovations, and let us know what other new changes you’ve seen […]

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Bwoglines: Changing Our Minds Edition

The friends and students of one of Bwog’s favorite professors, Karl Kroeber, have started a blog in his remembrance. Send in your favorite memories! LA prison unveils new zapper to control rowdy inmates. Florida pastor Terry Jones may or may not burn Korans. Artist Amir Baradaran discovers that cab drivers don’t want to be on […]

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Overheard: Electronic Mail Ruined the Children

At the Package Center: After foolishly spending too much for stamps in the stamps machine, a twitchy freshperson holds up the envelope and asks an employee: “Where does the stamp go?”

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Boringside Heights: Morningside 9.2010

New classes, new freshpeople, and now a new Morningside. They’ve changed everything! Bwog can hardly recognize the place. On the decorative front: There are the flags — and not just the new ones on Furnald and Hartley Lawns. Lehman Lawn has recently acquired four in yellow, green, red and blue — one for each year. Class […]

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Postcrypt Update: The End of Free Popcorn

Though Postcrypt opens its first show of the semester this weekend, the coffeehouse continues to struggle to stay up and running in the face an endless stream of administrative hurdles. After meeting with Columbia administrators on Tuesday, Postcrypt members inform us that they will not be serving alcohol this or next weekend, since they failed […]

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Listen, new owners of 999 (at least, that’s what we think it’s called), formerly La Negrita: when New York Magazine names you “The Happening Bar” in the neighborhood, you give thanks and go about doing the things that, you know, won you the distinction in the first place. Or you could go ahead and change […]

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