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Earlier today, we received a question from an anonymous tipster about the Senior Scramble results, which supposedly came out today. The email said: “i got a senior scramble match do i email them back? wink at them over a 40? plz advize” Well, tipster, we can assure you that you’re not alone in wondering how […]

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KCST began their run of Lulu last night in the Lerner Black Box Theater. We sent staffer Megan Fillion to check out the show and bring us some notes. Another show will take place tonight at 8 PM. All tickets are sold out, but a waiting list will begin at 7 PM. If any of you […]

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While we continue to hunch over crappy used textbooks and scribbled notes for most classes at Columbia, the world of education (even for Columbia) has been expanding with the help of the Internet. Education Enthusiast Courtney Couillard met up with Ted Limpert, the Communications and Outreach Manager at the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching […]

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On Tuesday night, a group of brave bwoggers ventured where no CU student had gone before: the recently opened Beer Hall, Bernheim & Schwartz. Warning: choices not suitable for a Tuesday were made.  Bernheim & Schwartz (aka the place where Havana Central used to be) doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue. However, the possibilities for “Weekend […]

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Once in a while a new form of social media comes along for us to add to our already two page folder of social media apps on our phone. The latest craze amongst the kids (by this, we mean first years) is an app called Yik Yak. Much like Bored@Butler, the app allows for you to […]

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