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From The Issue: Fun Zone

From the latest issue of The Blue and White (check out their website, it has archives back through 2005!), Senior Editor and Bwog Features Editor Alexander Pines, CC ’16, investigates the history of “fun only” student spaces on campus, from Ferris Booth Hall to our beloved Lerner. Pick up a copy of the issue on […]

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Jack Dorsey At Columbia

This past Monday, CORE (Columbia Organization of Rising Entrepreneurs), with CCE and CEO (CBS’s Entrepreneurs Organization), brought Twitter and Square founder Jack Dorsey to campus. Attentive socializers Alexandra Svokos and Arvind Srinivasan–half of Bwog Tech–sat down with Mr. Dorsey, who was wearing a great pair of Levis, before his big talk in Roone Arledge. At […]

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How We’re Doing

Last year, we posted excerpts from a Harvard Crimson editorial, “I Am Fine,” and you responded with extraordinary sympathy and support in the comments. Two stories from the most recent of the edition of The Eye, written by Wilfred Chan, CC’13, and Sarah Ngu, CC’12, similarly resonated with us.  You can read an abridged version below, […]

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