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2:46 pm is a wonderful time to start your day…right?

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Just stop your crying, it’s a sign of the times. Welcome to the final show, seniors. Bwog hopes you have advice to give.

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Wednesday night, ResLife sent an email to residents of 616 W 116th St informing them that, starting Thursday, February 17, scaffolding will be put up. I wrote this in the last moments of the building’s scaffolding-less-ness.

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Boris Johnson’s “Partygate” and free COVID-19 antiviral treatments marks the beginning of the first week of in-person courses.

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What is a girl to do on this dreary day? Something involving nesting, tinctures, and totems all at once, of course.

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Did everyone in your class sit in stunned silence for the last 30 seconds of your course? Did you all erupt in uproarious applause and profusely thank your professor for a great semester? Tell us all about it!

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I get SAD (a wonderful double entendre meaning seasonal affective disorder). You know I get sad and I can’t let go of what I’m sad about.

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Have you ever stepped into an elevator, perfectly prepared to mind your own business until your floor, when an absolute stranger strikes up a half-sincere conversation with you? Well, I have. I can’t recommend it.

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Need to figure out which Barnard building is best for you? Fear not. Welcome to the Bwog housing review of bright 600 W 116th St, barely a step away from Shake Shack and filled with dogs.

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