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While it’s not quite the Housing lottery, some diligent engineers have come up with this handy utility, allowing families attending the rescheduled GS Class Day who might not otherwise have a place to stay to find an available couch/floor/closet in the neighborhood. The administration’s posturings thus far have been remarkably unhelpful and opaque, but Bwog […]

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Lawn and Order

Nature-needy Columbians have forever grumbled about the notoriously strict lawn control policies. The tarps descend like blankets of misery smothering our spirit, and the red flag, like an annoying museum docent, reminds you to only look, not touch. But as you may have noticed, the lawns emerged from hibernation much earlier than usual this year. And nearly […]

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Architectural aficionado Alexandra Eynon ventures through that weird little stairway into that weird—nay, that AMAZING—little space known to the masses as the Carman Mezzanine. What otherworldly mysteries lay within? Only time—and this floorhop—will tell. The Carman mezzanine is an architectural anomaly, consisting of a pair of suites tucked snugly next to the elevator shaft. What […]

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The dog days are over, but here’s photographic proof of yesterday’s merriment. We’ve never seen so many smiley (sober) Columbians—community has been unleashed!  “It sounds like you guys really needed this,” one puppy owner told us. Furrealz. You can send in your own pics of puppy lovin’ and pooch smoochin’ to tips@bwog.com.  Photos by Yanyi […]

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You may have trouble making the trek from Hamilton to Butler without losing blood circulation, but the winter has its merits. Bwog strives to maintain its record of being jolly (even with purple fingers!). Including a few old faves, consider: Garb: Snoods Gloves that your grandmother knit so you can use your smartphone Sweaters with elbow patches […]

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Crazy snow of apocalyptic proportions (“thundersnow“?) hit New York yesterday. Assuming your family is already getting on your nerves, here are a few glimpses of Columbiana to help you forget the hell of finals and idealize school again. Bwog woke to the sound of sleds scraping along the sidewalk. Hot cocoa in hand, we’re heading […]

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