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Here at Bwog, we do our best to bring your attention to important guest lecturers and special events on campus. If you notice any events excluded from our calendar or have a correction, let us know in the comments or email events@bwog.com.

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You know the drill. Bwog Staff tells you what albums made us lose our minds this semester, while you (our lovely readers) enjoy our immaculate taste! Pitchfork, we are coming for you.

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Do you require a soundtrack at all times? Are you tired of listening to music with lyrics you understand? Do you desperately need to write a 5-page paper but silence scares you? Discover the power of non-American music and bop to the finest Brazilian, Ukrainian, French, and Chinese tunes!

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Exhausted by the Fleet Foxes? Done with playing Lauryn Hill on repeat? Fatigued with Sean Lennon? In this long-awaited sequel, Staff Writer Julia Tolda brings you even more up-and-coming Columbia musicians. 

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Staff Writer Julia Tolda learns about translating plays and decides to become a translator at the International Play Reading Festival.

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Do you ever wonder what the campus buildings would get as their Myers-Briggs Test results? Wonder no more! Staff Writer Julia Tolda brings you the answers you’ve definitely been searching for.

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In the last edition of this on-going series, Staff Writer Julia Tolda brings you the long awaited John Jay Dining Hall playlist! Reminisce about the iconic conveyor belt, the longest lines on campus, and the haunting vats of peanut butter while singing along to the very best of 2010’s pop. 

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Nestled in the heart of Alfred Lerner Hall, home of The Bwog™ and The Rat King Of Lerner Hall, is Ferris Booth Commons. Staff Writer Julia Tolda brings you a curated playlist of Latin pop, soca, and 80’s music which will take you right back to the Glass House. Enjoy the penultimate edition of this […]

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Staff Writer Julia Tolda attended “The Fifth Annual Alumni Poetry Reading”, the event’s first-ever online edition. She writes about the breathtaking experience below. (Content warnings: death, suicide.) 

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For those who don’t want to do their reading but want to feel like the love interest in a John Green novel, Staff Writer Julia Tolda brings you a list of the best quirky ways to procrastinate.

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Either you are about to go out, returning from a night out, or cramming all night for an exam, super hungry, and no other dining hall is open. In any case, JJ’s Place welcomes you with open arms, a killer playlist, and the best fast food on campus.

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The crown jewel of the Barnard campus — home of the most luxurious brunches, the tallest tables, and the liveliest playlist of any dining hall. Staff writer Julia Tolda brings you the crèmè de la crèmè of Hewitt Food Hall music.

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Missing soft red chairs, wide windows, delicious coffee, and Claudia’s warm smile? Listen to this playlist created by Staff Write Julia Tolda and feel transported to everyone’s favorite campus café: Liz’s Place.

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Staff Writer Julia Tolda bases this assessment on the two most important questions asked in every ice-breaker (in no particular order): “What’s your zodiac sign?” and “Who did you write about in your application?.”

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