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ESC Considers Post-Orientation And Academic Integrity

ESC began last night’s discussion in reverse order, starting with a discussion section on new orientation programs. The idea is to provide “tracks” of events to “help students adjust to college much better and help students find community on campus much easier,” just as pre-orientation programs do. These programs would take place, at least initially, after […]

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Isabel’s Fight List: The FAFSA And CSS Profile

Events Editor Isabel Sepúlveda has been filling out her own financial aid forms for a while now. In honor of the FAFSA and CSS Profile opening for business at the beginning of October, she’s shared some of her thoughts about this ridiculous process. The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) for the 2019-2020 school year […]

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Beilock: Barnard Is Best

Didn’t catch last nights meeting of Barnard’s SGA Rep Council? Probably a good call–you have midterms to study for and you, fastidious reader of Bwog, know that these meetings are generally sincere yet boringly bureaucratic at their best and complete displays of incompetency at their worst. That didn’t stop Barnard Bureau Chief Dassi Karp from […]

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An Open Apology Letter To The Library And Its Patrons

Dear Butler Library librarians and staff, Milstein librarians, any individuals involved in moving Barnard’s collections to Milstein, and, finally, anybody who considers himself or herself a patron of the famous Unicorn Tapestries, I have to sincerely offer you my apologies. Butler Library sometimes seems like a maze with moving decor—the movement of books and students […]

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A Love Letter To The Columbia Baseball Team

An anonymous Bwogger took some free shots of whiskey at Mel’s during a Yankees game and fell in love with the Columbia baseball team. If you didn’t know, Columbia does have a baseball team. They don’t run around school shirtless like the track (I presume) team does. They don’t swagger around campus in unseemly arrogance […]

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A Plea To Columbia Dining: Bring Back The Old John Jay Granola

Staff Writer Jake Tibbetts loves granola and hates disappointment. This semester has been a bit rough for him, to say the least. He has a lot of problems with John Jay Dining Hall’s switch to generic Ferris-style granola, and now you’re gonna hear about it. I am, in many ways, a simple man. After a […]

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Bwoglines: The Worst Parade Ever Edition

Happening in the world: Over the weekend, a giant sinkhole opened up in the town of Dazhou, Sichuan, China, killing four people. This is literally my worst fear. Happening in the US: Hurricane Michael is currently building off the coast of Florida. Emergency evacuation declarations have been made in more than 100 counties. Florida friends and family, […]

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Hi, The "greater SGA" as used on the last slide of the presentation refers to the student body. Technically, SGA embodies (read more)
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Peter Awn, Dean Emeritus Of GS, Has Passed Away
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