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Yes, Your Stupid Conversation Has Been Eavesdropped

Submissions are still coming in for our contest, which ends on Sunday.  So just keep your mouth shut till then and you won’t be embarrassed. Italians, cover your ears.  From Helen K. A group of elitist freshmen monopolizing the Westside cheese aisle: “Mozzarella?! No! That’s peasant food.” Sounds about right, Alex J. Drunk girl counting […]

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The Gray Lady Wants Your Money

After extensive testing on the Canadians, The New York Times launched its dreaded paywall today! The gray lady now requires non-subscribers to fork over fifteen bucks a month for digital content. Bwog had lotsa questions, so we talked to the trusty keepers of information, Columbia librarians. According to Journalism librarian, Chris Ergunay, NYT subscriptions—current and […]

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Staycations Are Exciting, Too

In light of that ever-approaching midterm grind–oh wait, it’s already here—we don’t blame you for spending hours every day fantasizing about the impending spring break madness that will commence in just 10 short days. We’re all guilty of it. One Bwogger even confessed to ordering a bikini and one of those giant floppy sun hats […]

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