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Spring Sprang Sprung: Bwog’s Favorite On-Campus Outdoor Locales

Spring is here! Before the humidity descends like a plague of grasshoppers on the Ingalls farm, we’ve collected for you a list of our favorite outdoor spaces that rally ‘round Columbia’s campus— with pictures! Got one we missed? Spread the good vibes and send it in to tips@bwog.com, if you like. 

First up, some lower campus classics:

Heading up and to the east…

Finishing our Columbia tour…

And now a brief interlude for pretty flowers:

Barnard time, baby!

No outdoor space left unappreciated! (Unless we missed one!)

And finally, even though this post could go on forever with the gorgeous parks of New York, we’ve decided to spread the love for Riverside, our nearest and dearest:

Take time for yourself. Go outside and breathe. Lean into those old cliches about spring being a time for growth, healing, and revitalization.

And if you have allergies, get thee to a CVS for some Claritin.

Photos via Levi Cohen and Betsy Ladyzhets.

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  • Anon says:

    @Anon Wow, Columbia’s campus is gorgeous.

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