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On Thursday morning, Columbia College students Jordana Narin CC ’17 and Ankeet Ball CC ’16 took part in a “youth summit” (CNBC’s name, not Bwog’s) on The Kudlow Report. Kudlow brought in the two Democrats, along with two Republican students from Boston U. and Harper College, to discuss the effect of Obamacare on the president’s […]

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Bwog’s Westside Bureau Chief, Diana Clarke, imagines a dialogue between herself and her new Westside tee. A recent trip downtown took me to the Westside on Fourteenth Street, where I were startled into new appreciation for the market by seeing it out of context (as it happens, you can only get 3 am grapes at […]

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When Bwog first learned that there was a possibility of comic book legend Frank Miller making an appearance at Columbia in conjunction with the Libararies’ Graphic Novel division, we quaked in our boots to hear what the author of Sin City, Batman: The Dark Knight, and 300 would have to say to us. For logistical […]

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