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After weeks of pushback from students, including a petition with over 2,700 signatures, Barnard has updated its guest policy to allow overnight guests in all residence halls.

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Barnard’s DIY approach to the core can be overwhelming, but lucky for you, Bwog is here to help you plan with the best strategies for knocking out every Foundations requirement.

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Barnard College President Sian Leah Beilock has announced she will leave the college at the end of the 2022–2023 academic year to assume the role of President of Dartmouth College.

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Four months after Columbia Mathematics Professor Michael Thaddeus accused Columbia of using false information to secure its #2 ranking from U.S. News & World Report, the University has announced it will not submit undergraduate data for next year’s rankings.

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SGA Representatives have the power to influence major aspects of student life, including by planning a myriad of beloved student events. However, when their elections come around, the bulk of the student body is nowhere to be found. Will this semester be different?

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On Day 5 of Columbia’s housing lottery, the suite selection may have slowed down, but the fight for corridor-style singles is just ramping up.

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On Day 4 of Columbia’s housing lottery, we said goodbye to singles in many senior favorites and set the stage for a Hunger Games-style competition over the remaining suites.

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On Thursday morning, Columbia President Lee Bollinger announced he will step down at the end of the 2022–23 academic year.

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On Day 3 of Columbia’s housing lottery, rising seniors continued to make (mostly) expected housing decisions.

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On Saturday, April 9, Deputy News Editor Paulina Rodriguez attended “EuphOrchesis,” the first in-person performance from Orchesis since 2019, at Columbia’s Roone Arledge Auditorium.

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This afternoon, University COVID-19 Director Donna Lynne announced via email that non-cloth masks will be required in all Columbia classrooms, starting Monday morning.

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On Day 4 of Barnard’s 123 Lottery, rising sophomores picked into the majority of remaining suite- and corridor-style doubles.

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Day 3 of Barnard’s 123 Lottery saw rising juniors pick into all remaining single rooms. 

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On Thursday, the Zip Code Memory Project hosted its second installment of Reparative Memory, its virtual artists’ roundtable discussing public art installations as a praxis of grief, collective healing, and remembrance.

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