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Hellooooo, lovely, lovely incoming Columbia first-years! If you’re feeling a tad dazed and confused, lost and in need of guidance, perhaps even fraught with despair as you approach your first year at Columbia University in the City of New York, do not worry!

Rivaled only by the talents of Gordon Ramsay himself, we here at Bwog have spent weeks cheffing up a new special dish: a series of posts over the summer giving you the inside low-down to navigating Columbia as a first-year. These posts are all packaged nicely and neatly in FreshLetter, a newsletter guide that’s a one-stop shop of everything freshman year, with PG (and not-so-PG) advice, campus photos, and a dash of satire just to keep things fun.

If that sounds up your alley, subscribe at While you’re at it, feel free to take a browse around our About page and some of our past posts to learn more about Bwog. Aaaaand WELCOME to Columbia! We’re so excited to have you.

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