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Why We Should Cover The Grass On Campus With Concrete Instead Of Tarp

Daily Editor Henry Golub writes in his free time to impress women. Just kidding . . . ha aha. Anyway, in this article, he argues that we replace the tarp on the grass with material that’ll last.

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Unconventional Ways To Stay Warm

Two weeks ago, we finally acknowledged how fucking cold it was. Now we don’t know what’s happening with the weather. Is it snowing? Cloudy? Sunny? Windy? Raining? Since it’s only the beginning of February, anything could happen. But have no fear! The Bwog Staff has compiled a list of ways to stay warm for the rest of […]

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Lawns Go Into Hibernation

As fall break comes to an end, Columbia’s lawns shed their green grass, adopting instead their winter coat of white plastic tarp.

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Baby, it’s Egregiously Frigid Outside

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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Free Food and Fun with WBAR and Wien

Break out of your pre-finals slump and head over to Hewitt Dining Hall for WBAR’s Winter Formal for free unidentified giveaways, in addition to the free music and fun. Featured artists include Amen Dunes, Sweet Bulbs, Sleepies, Mr. Dream, and Midnight Magic. The Facebook event promises lots of dancing, so for all those tired of […]

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As Seen on Furnald Lawn

Goodbye lawns, we barely knew ye. See you in the spring! They’re baaaack!

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The Time Has Come

Photo by DH

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Boringside Heights: The Bigger Picture Edition

From the largest interdisciplinary fortress to the tiniest of urban meadows, no news is irrelevant. It’s about the bigger picture. A broken chain has been spotted on Low Plaza, trespass while you can! There is construction going on outside Nussbaum & Wu, so there is no outside seating (perhaps irrelevant in these current climes) Butler […]

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Alma Clings to Autumn

Alma Mater was spotted protesting Facilities’ proclamation of winter’s arrival last night.

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Well, It’s Winter

45 degrees out, no signs of heat in most dorms, and the Christmas lights are going up.

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Saturday Morning Cartoons: Wintery Mix Edition

It’s past noon, and you have no ambition to get out of your pajamas or stop mindlessly staring at your computer screen. This can only mean one thing–it’s time for Saturday Morning Cartoons! Cartoons by Abigail Santner

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Last Chance for Snow Phalli

 Photo by Kate Linthicum March is coming in like a Columbia lion, says Bwog’s personal meteorologist, albeit more like a Lion that actually wins once in a while. Those sad suits at local TV stations are predicting one last whopper of a snowstorm for us in Manhattan.  8-12 inches of snow by 6:00 PM tomorrow, […]

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It’s Not Really Looking a Lot Like Christmas, But the Sun Is Out

Shaky snowboarders After all the hubub, nothing made more sense than to check out Winter Jam NYC yesterday.  The city government promised such exciting things as “The Future of Snowboarding Invitational” (original caps), an ice climbing wall, and trampoline entertainment, the last of which has no connection to winter as far as we can tell. […]

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Groundhog Predicts Six More Long Weeks of Winter

As the revelries in Pittsburgh died down last night, a crowd of 13,000 gathered 65 miles northeast of the Super Bowl champions’ city to wait for the groundhog Punxsutawney Phil to predict how longer the winter will last. If the groundhog does not see its shadow, myth has it that spring will come early, an […]

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“The New Facebook”…for Gloves

We at Bwog are always on the lookout for useful websites. Bwog daily editor Eliza Shapiro brings us the backstory on GlovesIFound.com. On one chilly day in early December, Brian Donahoe, CC ’12, was walking from John Jay to Hamilton when he happened upon a glove on the ground. He contemplated it for a moment, […]

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