Protesters from Occupy Harvard (it exists) tried to disrupt a Goldman Sachs recruiting event on campus. Not particularly unusual or surprising for an Occupy-related group, right?
Not so fast. The Harvard Crimson is not impressed, as made clear in a staff editorial in today's issue.
It reads in part:More »
Columbia's marching band was banned (and subsequently un-banned) from performing at Saturday's football game against Brown for pointing out the simple fact that Columbia hasn't won a game all season. After every game, the band plays the school fight song "Roar, Lions, Roar." But after the team gave up 62 points to Cornell last Saturday, the band altered the lyrics, according to Bwog:
Have you been following the saga of Patrick Witt, the most perfect college student in the United States? Witt, class of '12, is a gentleman athlete and scholar who has been faced with a difficult situation: do a Rhodes Scholarship or play quarterback in the annual Harvard-Yale game?
It's been a torturous period but the decision is made: Witt has decided in favor of the football game.More »
In December of last year, five Columbia University students were busted in "Operation Ivy League" for dealing drugs, including cocaine, ecstasy, LSD, and pot, at campus dorms and frat houses. One of them, Harrison David, 20, notable for allegedly telling a detective he had to deal drugs because his dad wouldn't pay his tuition and for being dubbed by Gawker as "the sexy one," turned himself in to serve 3 and a half months at Rikers this morning.
This week, we met Columbia's Drug Dealer Frat Boys, and learned:
So, what's next for the boys? And, more interestingly: Overall, how are the prices of drugs at Columbia University? Well...
You know that big drug ring bust at Columbia that everyone's talking about? Where those five frat boys got caught selling $11,000 worth of pot, cocaine, ecstasy, and Adderall to undercover cops? (Oops.) Well now that they've been arrested and arraigned (and one of them has even been bailed out!), let's take a minute to learn more about our entrepreneurial little Ivy-educated leaders of tomorrow, shall we?
I'm not feelin' the love, brah! Neither are the five Columbia University students/fratboys who were busted this week for selling all kinds of crazy drugs at school. Luckily, via Columbia's BWOG, understanding the numbers of the busts also gives us a chance to understand how much drugs cost at Columbia University! It goes without saying, but The Village Voice, Village Voice Media, and Runnin' Scared do not endorse the illegal use or purchase of drugs, and no drugs were
harmed purchased or used in the making of this blog post. So, how much does Ecstasy or LSD cost at Columbia University?