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What You Should Call Columbia/Barnard Buildings

Columbia buildings have weird names that don’t accurately describe what they are. Here are some names for buildings that Bwog came up with you should use.

Low
Prezbo’s playground
Not library

Dodge
Gym? What gym?
Underground sweat hole

Schermerhorn
Schermermerhorn
Schermermermermermerhorn

Havemeyer
Havermeyer
Havenmeyer

Uris
Snake central

Carlton Arms
Vanessa Carlton Arms

Lerner
the ramp building

Engineering Terrace
Underground Mudd
Mudd 2
Mole People Land
Labyrinth

Sherman Fairchild
Front Mudd
Mudd 3

Mudd
Mudd Mudd
Mudd 1
Spicy Pupin

Butler Library
The But
the library that never sleeps
24/7 stress incubator
Oversized pressure cooker

John Jay
Johnathan Jason
Johnathan Jaynathan
Bonathan Bay

Carman
Mono incubator

EC
Old Carman
Yeast campus

Milstein
Cheryl
Mama Milstein
Miss Milly Rock
Millie Bobby Brown
Bill Stein

Diana
Dirty Diana
Lady Di – in honor of the late Princess Diana
Boujie JJs

Havermeyer Hall via Bwog

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous lol these r so funny

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