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There was no CCSC meeting last week, but today they’re back at the Satow Room, with a couple of empty seats (and no livestream).

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CCSC Bureau Chief Sam Azanza is back again with this week’s CCSC recap. They had to stop cramming a final paper worth 30% of their grade so please be nice. The Satow Room is exactly where I want to be on a Sunday night, especially when CCSC discusses ultra-important topics like the Disabilities Town Hall […]

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Newly appointed CCSC Bureau Chief Sam Azanza brings you the tea live from the Satow Room. This week’s CCSC review recaps the discussion regarding the Food Pantry, campus wellbeing, and the Alumni Fundraiser. The meeting started with the usual announcements regarding various events and initiatives on campus. Selected Announcements Tampons and pads have started being […]

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Once again, Staff Writer Sam Azanza complains about something. This time, it’s about Barnard’s roommate questionnaire. As always, please take their articles with a grain of salt.

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In which the incredibly eager Bwog staffer Sam Azanza discovers another mystery in Barnard’s history… Why does our Alma Mater song sound almost exactly like Puff the Magic Dragon? Here henceforth is their amateur lyrical analysis.

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Yesterday was Monday, and you know what that means: a play-by-play of SGA (and corny rhymes). This week, Columbia University’s Muslim Students Association and the up-and-coming Black Muslim Students Association (MANSA) talk problems—and solutions—with Barnard’s SGA. As usual, SGA opened with some announcements, including the First-Year Winter Formal on March 10th, the Capital Investment Fund […]

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It is 100% possible that in a given alternate dimension, there’s a zombie apocalypse happening right now. As the zombies inch closer to our own dimension, Bwog staffer Sam Azanza thought it would be necessary to prepare for our impending doom. Considering we spend most of our time meandering around the black hole that is Columbia University, fellow […]

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What is the deal with everybody chopping most of their hair off once they get to Barnard? Is this all part of the feminist agenda? Resident Bwoggay Sam Azanza uncovers the deep secrets of The Barnard Chop. “The Barnard Chop:” a term used for the impulsive haircut every Barnard first-year seems to get within the first few months […]

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If you’re like me and need validation from the psychic unknown to feel like you’ve got a solid grip on your life, welcome. Midterms can be stressful, so here are some healing crystals that will positively change your experience as you go through hell week. Clear Quartz. Arguably the most reliable crystal, the clear quartz […]

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