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Bwog Weather

Senior Staff Writer Henry Golub tells you whether it rained today.

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Bwog Gets Artsy: Snow Edition

In an attempt to bring pictures that aren’t from Shutterstock or Wikimedia Commons Actual Photography, we sent Features Editor Alexander Pines into the snow to document yesterday’s snow (and to motivate you to up your Snapchat/cover photo/emails to Mom game). The full album is posted on Bwog’s fancy not-really-new-but-we-haven’t-posted-about-it Facebook, but here’s a preview.

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After the Storm: What’s Open?

After surviving last night’s storm/Facebook being down, you’re probably ready to venture outside to assess the damage.  While we were lucky in Morningside Heights, some locations remain closed.  Check back for further updates! Closed: Amir’s, Starbucks, Uni Cafe, Liz’s Place, Crumbs, Havana Central, Brad’s, Cafe 212, Cafe East, Butler Cafe, Camille’s, Community, Mill, Le Monde, […]

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Choose Your Own Adventure: NYC Tornado

Historically, New York has not seen many tornados. (So few so that Bwog had to lookup whether there’s an “e” in the plural.  You can go either way.)  To celebrate this atypical natural splendor, Alexandra Svokos urges you to Choose Your Own Adventure: A. You are sitting in bed, noshing on some Strawberry Veronas and […]

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We Might Get ’Nadered

Update: The view from East Campus is being described as “mad cool,” and “hella terrifying” by residents. The following email was just sent out by Dean Martinez, on behalf of Public Safety: The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch and predicted severe thunder storms for our area until 9:00pm tonight. All students are asked to […]

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It’s a Sunshine Day

We’re looking at a high of 86 degrees today. Write your papers and study for your midterms on the lawns!

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Raining on NSOP’s Parade: Convocation Canceled and COÖP Curtailed

In case you weren’t aware, there’s a pretty big rainstorm that’s going to hit the northeast this weekend, just in time for NSOP. Bwog has been mystified by the Weather Channel the past few days (Seriously! 24 hours devoted just to weather! What is this madness) and really, the coming Hurricane Irene is no joke. […]

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The Butterfly Effect

You know what they say about rains in California and strawberries in New York City…

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Apocalypse Now

IT’S HAILING.

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Here We Go Again…

Snowicane? Cataclyzzard? Nor’Easter II, Electric Boogaloo? Call it whatever you like–just as back-to-back 40-degree days earlier this week led to tantalizing thoughts about warm weather, it looks like we’re gonna get dumped on. Again. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning in effect from 6am Thursday until 6pm Friday. We’re told to […]

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Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow

It says here that we’re in for a boatload of snow tomorrow–anywhere from 8-12 inches. JTS and Teachers College will be closed tomorrow, but you can chalk that up to their high percentage of commuting students and faculty. As of now, open on its regular schedule tomorrow, and things will have to get downright biblical […]

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Might Be Time To Break Out Your Rock Salt

How much snow will we see this weekend? Well, Bwog’s crack meteorology team has spent most of the day keeping an eye on the multiple forecasts pouring out of the National Weather Service, Accuweather, and Weather Underground computer models, and they report that the predicted amounts of snowfall keep climbing. What was a 1 to […]

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Weather Turns “Frightful” (Updated with Snowman)

For those who have not looked out their window this evening (entirely possible, we know), it’s snowing! Mabo Imosili and Bwoggers Hans Hyttinen and Jon Hill send photos from around the quad. UPDATE 12:29 AM: We have a confirmed snowman sighting in front of Butler. The snowman’s name is Ozymandias, and it is drinking Red […]

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Bwog Forgot Just How Lovely the Snow Could Be

  

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New York Underwater!

Passengers are still stranded, sweaty, and discontented along nearly every subway line, as the city recovers from this morning’s as-of-yet unconfirmed tornado. People are still waiting in droves for buses and taxis or walking across the city’s bridges and Mayor Bloomberg has canceled his entire morning to no doubt assess damage to homes and trees in Brooklyn. Send Bwog the story of your wacky commute! We want […]

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