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Big sub? More like big sub(traction) from Barnard’s profits!!!

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On November 1, a protest led by trans and queer students on campus gathered on Hamilton Steps to speak out against a CUCR guest speaker and detransition advocate, Michelle Alleva. The protest was planned in just under 24 hours yet had an impressive student turnout. Bwog sat down with a few students who attended the […]

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Bwog Daily Editors Talia Bloom and Ben Parkhurst spill the tea on which warm foods will bring you joy and which may just do the opposite.

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We promise we’re not obsessed with pumpkins, but you surely will be after reading about the gourd overload we experienced this weekend.

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News Editor Victoria Borlando and Staff Writer Emma Burris recently attended a production of Sense and Sensibility: 1976 organized by the student-run theater group Columbia University Players.

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Have you ever found yourself on College Walk wondering how—and where—Serena and Blair spent their time at Columbia? This guide is for you.

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This week, Deputy Events Editor Julia Tolda and Deputy Editor Lillian Rountree had a conversation with Pulitzer Prize for Fiction finalist and Adjunct Associate Professor Elif Batuman.

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Listen, with so many girls lining up to get into the frats and a limited amount of brothers, it’s bound to happen.

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Enter the mind of Bwog Staff! Join the chaos and torment!

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