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This weekend, Bwog discovered that love is fake and what was the automatic response? Drink away their sorrows. Email us at if you want to share your fun or crazy stories!

the only love I can believe in right now

Bwog Is Drunk As Usual

  • Bought a bunch of nice groceries to cook for dinner. Went to Mel’s instead.
  • Was cut off by my aunt at a family dinner after 3 glasses of wine.
  • Stayed at 1020 until closing time for the first time. Pounded back seven drinks and only paid for three.
  • Was the only sober person on a bus full of drunks.
  • Got drunk and sobered up on Saturday morning, got drunk and sobered up again on Saturday evening, and went to bed before midnight.
  • Drank more Pabst Blue Ribbon than one person should in a weekend.
  • Realized I’m neck-deep in unrequited love.
  • Went to see A Star Is Born on a date but she left 15 minutes before the end, leaving me sobbing alone in the theatre.
  • Crashed a Model UN party and funneled their full vodka/chaser supply into red solo cups for betchy solo use.
  • Went to Jungsik for dinner and drinks. Created an elaborate fake backstory about us being grad students who are researching “the sociology of food and drink” when my friend accidentally let something slip to the bartender about us being students at Columbia.
  • Went to my first ever frat party and realized it was not the hype I was expecting.
  • Went to my first Carman “party” with a group of fellow WOC and the people at the party were SHOOK as if they hadn’t seen WOC before.
  • Hung out at 1020 and went to Mel’s after and there was a grand total of 3 people there.
  • Got drunk and hooked up with a sweet 29-year-old German tourist, who’s now back in Germany :(
  • Took care of a drunk friend on a bus coming back from Philadelphia full with fellow drunk bandies.
  • Watched the new episode of American horror story high and believed I was a warlock.

Bwog and Love

  • Shot my shot and failed, and learned that “love” is fake.
  • Went for a romantic walk in Central Park with my girlfriend.
  • Got to spend a lot of time with someone who means a lot to me after weeks of bad scheduling.
  • Found out that Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson have split. Romance is dead indeed. True love isn’t real.
  • Made amends with 2 friends!!!
  • Facetimed my dad to talk to my dog.
  • Took a walk around the city to appreciate the daily miracles of life.
  • Hit up old friends and asked how they were doing.
  • Realize my mans who is not my mans lied about the college he goes to.
  • My man followed me back on Instagram. see u single whores never.

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I knew it was too good to be true rip

Editor’s note: This article has been updated to accurately reflect Alqesem’s status. Her deportation has been suspended and her appeal will be heard by the Israeli Supreme Court this week. 

Happening in the World: American Lara Alqesem, 22, was barred from entering Israel for being a president of a small chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine at the University of Florida. The Tel Aviv district court rejected her initial appeal, but Israel’s Supreme Court has suspended her deportation and will hear her case this week.

Happening in the US: Whirlwind romance between comedian Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande came to an end this weekend, as the couple broke off their engagement with both parties acknowledging that it simply was not the right time for their relationship to take off. Sources said the two still have love for each other, but things are over romantically.

Happening in NYC: Violence erupted at a male-only far-right event for the Proud Boys at the Metropolitan Republican Club. After a speech by Gavin McInnes, the founder of the Proud Boys, someone began committing vandalism with swords. Three white supremacists were arrested for the crime, including founder McInnes himself. https:

Happening on Campus: There will be a Walk-to-Wellness event at Low Library from 1 to 2 PM, where participants will engage in a free, instructor-led walking program to help them incorporate more physical activity into their workday. Join your colleagues for kick-off walks featuring a group walk, dynamic stretches, and wellness swag!

Overseen/Overheard: “How is the food? Did everything come out instagramable?”


yet another example of failed love via Billboard



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maybe one of the coolest things to happen to Bwog

This weekend, Bwog felt a lot and we bet you did too. Send your own stories and weekend adventures to and we will add it to this list or put it on next week’s post!

Bwog gets Sexy:

  • Made out with four people at a party within maybe 2 hours
  • Received not one but two drunk texts from an ex
  • DID NOT drunk text anyone as part of a “same person, new mistakes initiative” (and in respect to Venus retrograde)
  • Planned my ex-boyfriend’s birthday party.
  • Found out my crush is a tool
  • Got shitfaced at “theta soirée” and hooked up with a gal, which for those of you who don’t know is uncharacteristic behavior
  • I founded a new term: volcel (voluntary celibacy)
  • Got $100 from getting drinks w a sugar daddy
  • Tried going on a Bumble date…dinner went well but then we went to Butler together where he made a big scene, disappeared for thirty minutes, and then came back to take his stuff and randomly left without warning
  • Got in a Big Fight with my boyfriend and I hate to blame my period……..but it was my period.
  • Realized this week that sex is utterly useless

Read Bwog’s adventures and misfortunes after the jump



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honestly, mood

Happening in the World: In Brazil, far-right Jair Bolsonaro will face the left-wing Workers’ Party candidate, Fernando Haddad for presidency. Mr Bolsonaro, a Catholic, won the support of many evangelical Christians by saying he would defend traditional family values. He has also won over many Brazilians who think his law-and-order stance will make Brazil safer.

Happening in the US: Melania Trump, while touring Egypt, is in a video in which she states she supports Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation as Supreme Justice, and that she does not always support her husband’s tweets.

Happening in NYC: Mayor Bill de Blasio was caught on camera on Thursday brushing off a homeless woman who confronted him at a Brooklyn gym and interrupted his stretching routine to demand housing reform. He replied, “I’m in the middle of doing my workout. I’m sorry. I can’t do this now.”

Happening on Campus: There will be the first part of a three-session workshop at Lerner Hall in the Counseling & Psychological Services’ Conference Room on the 8th floor called “Enhancing Your Relationship: A Workshop for Couples.” The sessions will provide practical tools for couples who wish to strengthen their relationship, including understanding relational expectations and beliefs, how to nurture the positives in the relationship, and
how to improve problem-solving ability and communication skills.

Tweet of the Day:


“I don’t understand this class” faces via New York Post



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is shuffleboard even a sport? who knows

As the first wave of midterms rolls around, Bwog’s staff members manage to do some wholesome this weekend between all the studying. If you have any stories that you think may be a good addition to this, email us at and we will add to it!

Studious Bwog

  • Found my new fav study spot @ Columbia law <3
  • Came up with various spins on “champagne socialist” at Bwunch including but not limited to Coors light communist martini Marxist.
  • Essayed my days away.
  • Tried to read a whole book in a day, literally only read 4 pages.
  • Caught up on The Good Place and am now debating writing a CC response/paper about it.

See Bwog do sports after the jump



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go!! to!! her!! talk!!

Editor’s note: This post has been updated to more accurately reflect the cause of the Palestinian protests.

Happening in the World: Israeli troops killed seven Palestinians, two of them children, at protests along the border fence. The protests were in response to calls by Hamas, the group that has controlled Gaza for the last 11 years, and have grown worse in recent weeks because of an increasing demand to end the Israeli-Egyptian blockade. More than 500 protestors were injured, including 35 children, four medics, and two journalists.

Happening in the US: Kellyanne Conway revealed to Jake Tapper on CNN’s State of The Union this morning that she is a survivor of sexual assault. She continued to explain why she believes that Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation proceedings should not become a part of the #MeToo movement but that women confront their perpetrators and hold them directly accountable.

Happening in NYC: At yesterday’s Global Citizen’s Festival, a bottle that was stepped on made a large popping noise, causing great panic among the crowd that believed it could have been an active shooter. A great rush towards the exit ensued until Coldplay’s Chris Martin came on the stage to calm the crowd. “Nobody is trying to hurt anybody,” Martin said. “You’re all safe, OK?”

Happening on Campus: Dr. Urvashi Sahni, Founder, and CEO of Study Hall Educational Foundation will be having a talk called “Engaging Boys for Gender Justice” on campus from 1 to 2 PM today at the International Affairs Building Room 801. She will be discussing the work she has done at the Prema School in India about how teachers’ can develop young boys’ feminist consciousnesses.

Bop of the Day:

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Happening in the World: A flight in Melbourne, Australia hit a shopping center soon after take-off from Essendon Airport, killing the pilot and four passengers. Authorities found out that the plane’s rudder had been in the wrong position, a simple error that could have been fixed by the pilot before takeoff.

The MitraClip being used to repair heart valves

Happening in the US: In a large clinical trial, doctors have been using a tiny clip in order to repair damaged heart valves among those with heart disease. This device, called the MitraClip, repairs the mitral valve by clipping its two flaps together in the middle. Previously, it was believed that this would have no effect on treating heart disease but in a study conducted across the US and Canada with 614 patients, 92 who got the device were hospitalized for heart failure during the period, and 28 died as opposed to the 151 untreated who were hospitalized for heart failure in the ensuing two years and sixty-one who died.

Happening in NYC: A 52-year old woman stabbed five people, including 3 infants, at an unlicensed maternity center in Queens last Friday. The infants remain in critical condition, while the two adults were stabbed over eight times. The horrific murder has the suspect arrested on five counts for murder and undergoing a psychiatric evaluation.

Happening on Campus: The Ukrainian Film Club of Columbia will be hosting a film screening and discussion of “Vulcano,” an irreverent commentary on the Southern Ukrainian steppe, where the Russian Spring came to an end in 2014. It will be held at Deutsches Haus from 7 to 8 PM.

Overseen/Overheard: Football player to another football player in Carman (paraphrased)– Man, I lifted so much last night, I’m still sore… It’s kinda like nutting all over your chest.

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