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Columbia Basketball Has Mixed Results

The men’s and women’s basketball teams both played tight games this past Wednesday. Staff writer Abby Rubel explains the results of each matchup. Men’s basketball loses by five points in overtime: Men’s basketball (1-5) fell to University of Connecticut (5-2) 77-73 in a heartbreaking overtime loss. The Lions led with 2:36 left on the clock, […]

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Signs You Should Switch Rooms

Despite it being quite late in the semester, it’s also roommate switching season. While most of us at least tolerate those who live with us, some aren’t so lucky. If this is you, you probably know it. However, if you’re on the fence about changing rooms, here are some criteria you may want to consider: […]

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The Worst Places To Sleep On Campus

Columbia is one of the most sleep deprived schools, so no wonder people are falling asleep everywhere. When, on her way back to campus after Thanksgiving, staff writer Aliya Schneider heard someone snoring behind her on the train, she was inspired to compile this ranking of the worst places on campus (ordered from best to absolute worst). What’s the […]

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Fire In Ruggles (And Wien) Hall(s), Because Columbia Is Constantly On Fire

Ruggles Hall decided to do its best impression of our hearts and minds this finals week by setting itself ablaze. At about 11:30 pm last night, Bwog started receiving tips about a growing fire on 114th Street. When windows started to shatter, we could tell that this was not your average false fire alarm. You can follow […]

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Announcement: The Tree Lighting Ceremony Is Tonight!

It seems like there should be a bit of a lull in the workload between midterms and finals, but there really isn’t. Take a break from wasting away in the library and visit the tree lighting ceremony on College Walk tonight! According to the Facebook event: We will serve hot chocolate, cider, and donuts and […]

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Bwoglines: Merry Crisis Edition

Happening Around The World: Remember when North Korea was launching a bunch of missiles and they weren’t really going anywhere? Well, they did it again and now they’re going somewhere. The country’s government claims that their latest ballistic missile launch reached ten times the height of the International Space Station, and now the US is […]

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On A Cold And Terror-filled Night, Bwog Reviews 616, The Middle Of Campus And NYC

A few weeks ago, we developed @notbwog, a Twitter bot that imitates Bwog headlines through a randomized generator based on our actual Twitter. This past weekend, the bot tweeted a headline so hauntingly excellent, we knew we had to develop it into an actual post. Managing Editor Betsy Ladyzhets ran this headline through several more random generators, […]

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Columbia Women’s Soccer: A Recap Of A Record-Breaking Season

With Thanksgiving over and the holiday season upon us, it seems appropriate to take time to be thankful for the strong fall sports season that Columbia Athletics had this year. With the shocking 8-2 Columbia Football winning season, the Columbia community exposed themselves as true bandwagon fans, but the success of other programs was also something […]

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Interview: A Frequent Commenter On The Spectator Op-Ed Section

If you’ve ever had the absolute pleasure of reading Spectator op-eds, first of all, you and your loved ones may be entitled to financial compensation. Second of all, you may recognize the profile of Man With Axe, a frequent commenter with conservative viewpoints. When I went to his Disqus profile, I realized that he comments on […]

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GSSC To Update Elections Process

Happy Wednesday! Bwog’s GSSC (General Studies Student Council) Bureau Chief, Alex Tang, is back with updates on last night’s council meeting. This week’s GSSC meeting was one of a nitty-gritty, technical nature, focusing mostly on structural and financial matters regarding the council. To start, GS President Sam Demezieux introduced the plan for the four Columbia […]

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Bwoglines: Flushy The Iguana Edition

Happening In The World: The Australian state of Victoria becomes the first in the nation to legalise assisted dying. After over 100 hours of debate, the legislation has been approved, allowing terminally ill patients the “right to request a lethal drug from mid-2019”. Patients must be at least 18 years old with less than six months […]

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Pret A Manger Opens This Friday

The Pret A Manger storefront next to Shake Shack has become increasingly developed over the past couple of weeks, since we discovered that this chain would be opening a store just off campus. And it appears that those renovations will be complete very soon: Pret will be opening this Friday, December 1, a representative told us earlier today. […]

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SGA Expands Outreach Efforts

Following the Thanksgiving break, Barnard Bwogger Dassi Karp is back with updates from the latest SGA meeting. This weeks focal point resolved around providing various support mechanisms for trans and gender-questioning individuals on campus. At this week’s Rep Council meeting, Barnard’s Student Government Association continued with its goal of reaching out to student groups and […]

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Barnard Announces 2018 Phi Beta Kappa Inductees

While all of us were gearing up for Thanksgiving break last Tuesday, Barnard announced the fall Phi Beta Kappa inductees from the class of 2018. The list this year is particularly short; only thirteen students. Congratulations to these seniors! Megan Cerbin (Spanish and Latin American Cultures) Milena d’Ornano (Political Science) Allison Hand (Psychology & Women’s, Gender, […]

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Fun Facts From Columbia’s Wikipedia Page

Have you ever gotten so bored that you just read Columbia University’s Wikipedia page in its entirety? No? Well, here are some of the funnest fun facts about Columbia from Wikipedia. (Disclaimer: everything in this article comes straight from Wikipedia, and we don’t guarantee that everything is entirely accurate. This is Wikipedia’s words, not ours!) […]

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