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The Milstein Center is now open, including all the fancy new centers and spaces like the Movement Center and the Makerspace! The Makerspace comes equipped with all sorts of machines and materials to do…cool things with (go there to find out what)! But something in the center that can be used without training is the button […]

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A poll has been circulating on Facebook recently about the best nickname for the newest addition to Barnard’s campus, The Cheryl and Philip Milstein Center for Teaching and Learning. There’s so much to discover within the new building; the cozy spinny green chairs by the tall windows, the terraces that are always open, the Peet’s […]

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It’s no secret that this past week has been really fucking hot, especially for those of us living in dorms without A/C. But while most of us just complain, Barnard first-years have brought their concerns directly to the administration. Senior Staff Writer Lucy Danger describes why these students are so focused on the heat and what […]

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Our next Houses and Homes post comes to you from the middle of New York City, where Bwogger Lucy Danger is catsitting. If you want to join the scenery-sharing action, send your five senses and a photo (or two) to tips@bwog.com. Where: A 14th floor apartment off of Columbus Circle, where I’m catsitting and staying […]

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Last week, Bwogger Lucy Danger found a mouse in her room. The following is a short narrative from the perspective of said mouse, herefore known as “Mickey.” She found me for the first time last week. I’ve been around all year, mostly hiding in the walls behind the pipes. I stay in Brooks, because it’s older […]

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To the Diana 5 Gender-Neutral Single Stall Bathroom, It was love at first sight. At the beginning of second semester, I was still learning my way around the top floors of Diana – I hadn’t had a class there until then, and so only had reason to go the third floor and below. But I […]

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It’s been weeks – maybe even months. I still remember the first time I saw you. It was in early fall. I hadn’t eaten at Hewitt since NSOP (I, a bright-eyed young first-year, was still exploring everything Columbia Dining has to offer) and I didn’t miss it. It was still warm out; I was sitting […]

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It’s that time again: finals. You’re likely feeling extra stress, and that stress might be exhibiting itself very boldly on your face. Fear not! Bwogger and skincare aficionado Lucy Danger has these skincare for finals tips ready to prepare you for your exams and those stress-free days after finals final-ly end. Skincare isn’t a one-stop […]

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It’s been almost two years since the medical assistant workers in Columbia’s Primary Care Services voted to join 1199 SEIU, a union with over 5,000 members in New York City. Most of the union members 1199 represents work at the Columbia Medical Center uptown, in addition to more than 500 workers in dining and clerical […]

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24/7 Columbia has shared a letter of support of their demands for accessible, in-person healthcare, signed by 140 members of the faculty from almost every department at Columbia, Barnard, and several  graduate schools. Among the professors who signed on are University Professor Gayatri Spivak and History Professor Mae Ngai. In the letter, faculty agree that 24/7 […]

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It was finally time. I took a deep breath and prepared myself. “Mom, listen. I know you might have suspected this already, but I need to tell you something. It’s been put off for too long.” I started. She nodded. “Mom, I’m… an astrologer.” So began the conversation in which I came out as into […]

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Columbia is a confusing place. Despite the relatively small size of its campus, it’s still much larger than Barnard’s, with way more buildings named after now dead rich white men. As a Barnard first-year, I haven’t had all that much reason to spend a lot of time at Columbia other than at the dining halls […]

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Morning To Midnight, more commonly known as M2M, is closing its location in Morningside Heights. According to an employee, this installation is moving downtown because the company’s lease for their space, at Broadway and 115th Street, ran out. Employees were unable to tell us where exactly they are moving or how soon this move will take place. […]

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Skincare For Bros

Skincare is important for everyone, including guys. But many skincare blogs and websites, while claiming to be gender-neutral, are aimed at a mostly female audience. Fear not! Bwogger Lucy Danger is here to explain some basic and essential skincare tips in a relatable way. Regimens When you go to Dodge, no matter why you’re there, […]

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If you were up until 3 am in Butler crossing your fingers for a snow day so that you wouldn’t have to take that 8:40 midterm, you were probably disappointed when you woke up to a bare ground. But good news: Barnard and Columbia have now announced that both schools will close at 4 pm today! […]

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