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After many years of serving Columbia students and local patrons, the café will close its doors on Morningside Heights.
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Barnard’s DIY approach to the core can be overwhelming, but lucky for you, Bwog is here to help you plan with the best strategies for knocking out every Foundations requirement.
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Senior Staff Writer Grace Fitzgerald-Diaz sat down with the leaders and members of Barnard’s Reproductive Justice Collective to talk about their current initiatives, abortion rights issues on-campus, and their work with the city.
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Hoping to avoid a freshman flop era? Steer clear of Bwog’s past mistakes and heed our advice so you don’t foul up your first year at Barnumbia.
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After organizing throughout the spring and summer to demand changes to their compensation, Resident Advisers at CC and SEAS will now receive a different pay structure for the 2022-23 academic year, thanks to a new policy change.
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Trying to familiarize yourself with Columbia, but finding yourself overwhelmed by a barrage of new terms? Not to worry! Bwog is here to break down the essential vocabulary you should know before starting your first semester.
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Bwog brings you everything you need to know about each fall sport’s most recent season and their next.
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Is this a MUNA reference or a catchy way to get you to subscribe to FreshLetter? Hint: it’s both.
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