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Open Meeting Announcement: Bwog’s First Epistle To The Corinthians

Though I speak with the tongues of Bwog and of students, but have not pitches, I am become as sounding Spec, or a tinkling Jester.

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Bwoglines: More Fires Everywhere Edition

Happening in the world: Droves of Catalan separatists marched in Barcelona on Saturday in support of 12 of their leaders on trial. Some of these leaders are facing up to 25 years in prison if convicted. (BBC) Happening in the US: State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert recently withdrew from consideration for the position of U.S. Ambassador to the […]

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Open Meeting Announcement: The JabberBwogy

A representative of the C.L Dodgson (better known as Lewis Carroll) estate recently granted us permission to publish one of his lesser-known works. 

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Bwoglines: Sandusky Might Have The Right Idea Edition

Happening in the world: A yellow vest protester was severely injured in Paris, France, after a tear gas grenade exploded in his hand. The yellow vest protests, now entering their thirteenth consecutive week, started as protesting high gas prices in rural areas and are transitioning to general protests against incumbent president Emmanuel Macron. (NPR)

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Meningitis B On Campus: What You Need To Know

Recently, students were alerted of two cases of meningitis B on campus. All information in this post is from the CDC and Columbia Health (through their health advisory notice and FAQ, linked previously) and with an interview with Dr. Melanie J. Bernitz, Associate Vice President and Medical Director of Columbia Health.

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A Wild Canada Goose Chase

It was cold yesterday. Some people deal with it in a more bougie style than others.  I would like to report that, in the course of about fifteen hours, I counted 64 Canada Goose coats yesterday. I think we found where all the geese go when the pond freezes over. Flex on us via Flickr

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Things On This Campus Are Too Tall

Bwog compiled a list of all the things on this campus that are just Too Tall. Prezbo, make this campus shorter please. 

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The Economic Woes of Buy/Sell/Trade At Barnard

Barnard student Sarah Braner has noticed something terrible within the Buy/Sell/Trade community.  I may not know much about economics, but I do remember hearing some things about “supply” and “demand” way back in high school. I bring this up because Buy/Sell/Trade at Barnard has become so overstuffed with textbooks and people cleaning out their closets […]

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Lost Archives: Bwog Edition

Ah, Bwog Archives, a staff writer’s best friend when they want to spend little to no effort finding an image. However, staffer Sarah Braner has seen some things in there. Some… interesting things. As a big believer in “if I had to see this, so do you,” she has laid them out in one convenient […]

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Bwog Love: You

Bwogger Sarah Braner wants you to know that we’re all gonna be alright. Dear person about to go through finals, For one of our final Bwog Loves before, well, finals, Bwog would like you to know that we love you. We here at Bwog think you are amazing. I promise we will all be okay. I […]

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Bwog Love: The Barnard Greenhouse

As finals loom (or are already here), Bwogger Sarah Braner is just trying to focus on the lights at the end of the tunnel. One of those lights is the Arthur Ross Greenhouse, located on top of Milbank Hall.  I have an opinion: Milbank Hall is one of the worst buildings on campus. It’s hot, the […]

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Nimesh Patel Stand-Up Routine Cut Short Due To Uncomfortable Jokes

Nimesh Patel, a comedian known for being the first Indian-American writer for Saturday Night Live, had his stand-up routine at cultureSHOCK cut short earlier tonight due to uncomfortable jokes. cultureSHOCK, an event hosted by the Asian American Alliance, is a charity performance showcase that aims to provide a space to celebrate Asian American expression. Patel was one […]

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Field Notes: Thanksgiving Break Edition

Bwog had some lovely adventures over the break, and we hope you did too! Send yours into tips@bwog.com to be featured!  Bwog is on break Woke up to a rooster crowing almost every morning – earliest at 4 am, latest at 6 am Went out to collect eggs in 23º weather without a coat Got […]

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Open Meeting Announcement: They Did Surgery On A Grape

Surgery? On our grapes? Come to Lerner 510 at 9pm to find out…oh, and bring pitches. They did surgery on a grape via Bwog Archives

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Barnard First-Year Bingo

Some things are best expressed through bingo. Therefore, your friendly neighborhood first-year brings you… Barnard First-Year Bingo Realizing the Millie suit looks like…that… Bemoaning the quad’s laundry system Trying to maintain your high school sleep schedule Feeling like an impostor in Butler Attending office hours religiously Impulsively modifying your hair “OMG how will I ever make […]

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