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We all have to watch our spending as students but it turns out that the SGA puts even more thought into their budgets than we do! Staff Writer Liv Nelson reports.

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Bwog’s resident Brit, Liv, decided to try out rushing at the start of this semester. Knowing very little about the process, this follows her totally cliché journey into Columbia’s Panhellenic life and provides a window into what it was like for an international kid…

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Going to Dodge isn’t a pleasant experience for anyone. It’s smelly, sweaty, and you’re often confronted with the sight of a fiendishly good badminton team reminding you of your athletic inferiority. Sometimes, when I’m feeling particularly masochistic, I’ll haul my ass to the weights room at 6 am just to scare all of the protein-shake-consuming-males […]

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As is normal for a student, when you’re constantly analysing university texts left, right, and centre, picking up a book voluntarily is not very common. I too related to this. However, when a four-hour-long hair appointment quite literally forced me to look up from my phone, I refound my childhood love of reading for pleasure as opposed to […]

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Columbia University hides behind the pretense of giving a voice to the voiceless. Yet, while all you students cram for finals, screaming in front of Butler and snapchatting your late-night coffee runs, I lie lonely in your bag waiting for my inevitable death. Yes, I am simply an empty pod to you. An accessory; a […]

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I’m literally writing this after picking up my emotional support cat, Ollie, from his lavender infused aromatherapy bath in midtown. Running backwards and forwards between the pet shop, groomers, and campus has been much more exhausting than I previously thought. A lot of people (and when I say a lot I mean A LOT) constantly […]

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I don’t know about you, but my school bag contains a myriad of really random assorted items. When unpacking them after a particularly intense Romantic Poetry class (thanks Professor Gray, you always know how to fry my brain), I was surprised to find a packet of spicy garlic infusion rub and a screw. As much […]

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The words my parents left me with when I got on the plane from London to the Big Apple were: “Work hard, play hard Liv. You deserve it.” And I felt I did deserve it, as many of us college kids do. We’ve survived high school, hauled our grades up to the point that we […]

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It has been reported that Plimpton Hall, one of Barnard College’s residential housing locations, has an exterior foam layer containing asbestos wrapping around the building.  Students were shocked to come back to their suites yesterday evening to find a notice on the entrance door declaring that a removal procedure will be carried out from the […]

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  I have often been haunted by the mystery of what is going on with the woman on the left’s interesting “hat”, dominating the blow-up photograph in Lerner 510, feat. Levi.  I am tired of mulling over it at 3 am every single night and thusly have decided to solve this great enigma.  (Disclaimer: these […]

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