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Breaking The Cycle: The Neuroscience Of Childhood Trauma

Bwog Staff Writer and wannabe clinical psychologist Riya Mirchandaney nerded out over some dope women scientists at the event “Neuroscience in Action: A Conversation About Early Life Trauma and the Brain.” On Tuesday April 24th, Trauma-Free NYC—an organization with the goal of understanding and promoting trauma-informed policies in the city of New York—provided a platform […]

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A Look Into The Columbia Class Of 2022 GroupMe: Part 1

Per annual Bwog tradition, we sent a top-secret Bwogger to infiltrate the Columbia Class of 2022 GroupMe and find out what next year’s Columbia freshmen are truly like. Here’s what we found. A Budding Columbia Romance: They Really Like Making Polls: They Also Really Like Arman Azad:  

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Twenty-Two Hours, One Presentation: A Tale Of R And Regret

Yesterday morning, around 11 am, our fearless EIC sat down in Butler to begin work on a presentation which was supposed to be the culmination of several weeks of data collection and analysis, as well as a semester’s worth of self-led computer science tutorials. Naturally, she was set to give the presentation at about 10:30 […]

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A Love Letter To The Butler 6 Bathroom

To the Butler 6 Bathroom: I remember how I first met you. It wasn’t through a friend of a friend, or Tinder, or any of those superficial, stale mechanisms kids these days use to attempt to find love. All I needed was the right situation, a little bit of luck, and Bwog. One day, while searching for a […]

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Cooking with Bwog: Maple Soy Tofu

If you’ve made the splurge on ~real maple syrup~ and not just the Log Cabin sticky goo, this is a perfect way to justify it– using it in a delicious, healthy dinner! The proportions listed for the sauce is a pretty rough estimate– taste away and see whether you want it sweeter/spicier/etc.  Maple Soy Tofu, […]

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Bwoglines: Shoplifting And Social Media Edition

Happening in the World: The leader of the regional government in Madrid resigned after a video of her being detained for shoplifting was made public. 53-year-old Cristina Cifuentes had already been under pressure to leave her post after it came to light that she didn’t do all the coursework needed to receive her bachelor’s degree. A blow […]

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That sounds like a delicious drink! Definitely, want to give this a try. cheers! (read more)
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