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Guest Writer Arlette Gindi shares a poem for a new roommate.
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Guest Writer Paulina Bertilsson and Deputy Editor Sophie Conrad take on the best discounted Morningside Heights restaurants.
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On Tuesday, Barnard Dining announced several changes to its dining halls, including a new dining location opening February 13.
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Applications for Daily Editors, Staff Writers, Illustrators, and Tech Team positions are due tonight, January 27 at 11:59 pm EST!
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Lover of books (or possibly zines)? Today’s Bwoglines might have something for you! Editor’s warning: mentions of death and violence.
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As a chronic oversleeper and raging caffeine addict, I had to adapt to the fact that I never have enough time to stop for coffee. Below is my perfected formula.
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A panel of Moscow correspondents discussed their experiences and opinions on covering Russia under media oppression and Soviet rule, and how these policies affect Russia’s present-day situation.
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Is it just me or is Shopping Week more stressful this semester?
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Long Islanders unite! Get ready to get lost in Grand Central! Editor’s note: mentions of gun violence.
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