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Housing 2018 PSA: The 627 W. 115th Street Brownstone Is Open For Room Selection

During housing selection coverage this afternoon, Bwog staffers manning The Couch discovered a dorm about which we had not previously been aware: the brownstone at 627 W. 115th Street. We have not yet been able to gather information from actual current residents of this mysterious dorm, but we still quickly compiled this quasi-housing review in […]

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Housing Reviews 2018: 620 W 116th St

The crème de la crème of the Barnard dorms  (certainly the best of the 600s), 620 has it all: roomy singles, nice views, and…drafty windows? Oh well, nobody’s perfect. Seniors, make this last year your best. Go for 620.  Location: 620 W 116th St (between Broadway and Riverside) Nearby dorms: 600, 616, The Quad, Schapiro, […]

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Due To Renovations, EC Will Have No Stoves/Ovens Next Year

EC townhouse and high-rise suites will not have traditional stoves or ovens next year. Here’s why, and how it will affect you. In an email sent last Friday, Columbia Housing announced that due to ongoing renovations, EC suites will not have functioning stoves or ovens for the 2018-19 school year. In its place, Housing will supplement suites with hot plates […]

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Stress Culture, Interrupted (Through Science)

Dearest Bwog Readers, For the past week I have been conducting an experiment on myself. Here, in published form, are my findings. (My friend Alex said that you have to be published to get into graduate school—is this true? Can anyone confirm? Anyway, @NorthwesternFeinbergSchool ofMedicineClinicalPsychology PhDProgramintheDepartmentof PsychiatryandBehavioralSciences, hmu.) I was inspired by something the kids […]

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Housing Coverage 2018, Day 1

Are you ready to rumble? Are you ready to tussle? Are you ready to knuckle if you buck? Are you ready for COLUMBIA HOUSING SELECTION 2018? Well, you may not be, but Bwog sure is. We’re providing you with everything you need for a (relatively) smooth in-person housing selection experience with our annual coverage. Below, […]

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Field Notes: Weekend Holidays Edition

Another week, another messy weekend. Bwog Editor Thomas Saenz has collected the weekend’s best (or worst) events that Bwog Staff underwent for your enjoyment. If you have any weekend stories you want to be added, send us them at tips@bwog.com and we will add them! Bwog and Alcohol/Drugs: Decimated some NYU Republicans at beer pong. […]

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Subway Statuses Around MoHi This Week

Things are looking better this week for the MTA, but the bad weather will probably cause delays. The lack of planned changes also seems too good to be true, so expect a lot of delays and mishaps. 1: No planned service changes. 2: No planned service changes. 3: No planned service changes. (Is this real life? The […]

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Cooking With Bwog: Lemon Velvet Cake With Lemon Buttercream

Spring! Sprang! Sprung! Now that it’s Spring (?), at least for now, dive into this dreamy, moist-af Lemon Velvet Cake with Bright Buttercream Frosting. Take a slice (or ten) to Riverside Park and bask in the glorious sunshine.  Lemon Velvet Cake Ingredients 1 ¼ cups all purpose flour 1 ½ cups cake flour (or more […]

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What’s Happening In Columbia Sports: We Sported Good Edition

Take a break from stressing about housing with this week’s sports recap. Baseball: The Lions went 2-1 again this weekend against Harvard. After an 11-6 loss on Saturday morning, the Light Blue went into the afternoon game ready to prove themselves. Junior Joe Engel hit a single to the pitcher to score the Lions’ first […]

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Bwoglines: It’s Raining Space Parts Edition

Happening Around the World: The Chinese space station that everyone was worried about hitting the Earth (while also praying it hit their city lmao) finally took its mediocre plunge to Earth and landed… in the South Pacific Ocean. (NBC) Happening in the US: After Trump decided to increase tariffs on Chinese aluminum and steel, the Chinese […]

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