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Another Reason Why I Love John Jay

Only occasionally do I weigh in on the John Jay vs Ferris debate, but today I could not stay silent: John Jay is my jam. While shoving tofu cubes and hot sauce into my mouth during a meal with friends (actually with our dear EIC Youngweon and ESC boi Finn), a glistening blue tower in […]

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Bwoglines: One Liners Edition

Goooooood morning, Columbia! Today’s Bwoglines is short and sweet. Update, 11;35 am: A previous version of this post incorrectly summarized the India Supreme Court’s decision. Happening around the World: India’s Supreme Court decriminalized homosexuality, overturning a colonial-era law. (BBC) Happening in the US: Have you read this ballsy op-ed from an anon in Trumps admin? (NY […]

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Houses And Homes: Battery Park

Houses & homes is a summer series in which Bwog highlights the windows of CU students wherever they are. Today’s house and home is brought to you by Alma Bagel Amara Banks. Submit your view and five senses to tips@bwog.com to be featured! Edit, 8/20, 3 pm: A previous version of this post mistakenly identified our […]

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Goodbye Bwog ♥

As the snow falls and the days shorten, the end of 2017 nears. With its approach comes the expiry of my tenure as Editor in Chief, which has brought lots of joy into my life since its start last December. I’m sure many of you can relate to the delight I’ve found in my deep investment to this […]

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Campus Figures As Cement Mixers

At my first ever Bwog meeting in 2015, I made a pitch that to this day I have yet to top: campus figures as bowls of water. Shamelessly inspired by a Buzzfeed post someone had sent to me, I thought it would’ve been a perfect fit for this new thing in my life called Bwog. But the […]

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Warm Places To Study On Campus

With midterms peeling the skin off of our cuticles and the hair out of our scalps, the last thing we need is the AC to blast away any ounce of life left in our tired skins. Regardless of NYC’s weather confusion, facilities has been keeping it at a consistent 65° in our lecture halls and […]

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Horror-Not-Horror Story: Who Shipped A Gorilla To The Package Center

I left the package center yesterday with a friend who would ordinarily eat me, but actually turned out to be pretty chill.  Getting a package between classes seems convenient in theory, but always results in being a pain. Why? Because literally everyone else in the Diana thinks that they too can just dash down to the basement […]

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Bwoglines: What The Frog Edition

Happening Around the World: Currently without power, a failing dam threatens Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. (BBC) Happening in the US: A 71-year-old man with a raccoon-hunting headlamp was arrested after police discovered 1,700 marijuana plants on his property. (USA Today) Happening in NYC: The MTA started a program that allows those who are pregnant or disabled to […]

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Breaking The Bubble: Bwog Visits The Studio Museum In Harlem

Because Morningside Heights is always busting with cool art events, we often forget that we live in a city that busts even further with art. Just a couple blocks north is the Studio Museum in Harlem, where new Bwogger Zoë and not-new bwogger Amara headed on Thursday night. While most students make the rounds at […]

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People Hop: @tooomuchfoood’s Morgan Raum

I created a secret food Instagram a while back to keep track of the best places to eat in NYC, and also to just feast my eyes on different angles of mac n’ cheese when bored in recitations. After several months of following, realized that a Barnard student was running one of my favorite accounts, […]

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Add Deadline Is Today

Earthlings! Today is the last day for you to add courses to your schedule. So if you’re taking six and *really* want to just get murked by this institution even more, make sure you add Freedom of Speech and the Press before the day ends. When you later realize seven classes is more than even Alma would condone, […]

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Join Bwog If You Like To Have A Good Time

Good, bad, weird, The New York– we all have our preferred times, and which ever one is yours says something about you. While usually we’d go through each one and provide an analysis based on your favorite kind of time, we’re going to cut right to it: good times = free friends, food, fun = Sundays […]

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Today Is World Bone Marrow Day So Why Not Donate Some

The Office of Government and Community Affairs is putting on a Bone Marrow Drive today to bring awareness to as well as register donors for stem cell donations. Happening on both the Morningside and Medical campuses, students and community members can walk in to either location, fill out a form, swab their cheek, and that’s […]

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Looking For A GS Bureau Chief

Howdy. Are you interested in GS politics? Do you like student news? Can you fit five grapes in your mouth at once? If you answered yes to one or three of these questions, you should definitely, 100%, without a doubt, join Bwog. We’re looking for a cool cat to cover the weekly GSSC meetings that take […]

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That sounds like a delicious drink! Definitely, want to give this a try. cheers! (read more)
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