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Earlier this morning, Columbia Dining announced that indoor seating options for the CU dining halls will resume this Monday.

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News Editor Victoria Borlando is back to discuss the only three things she talks about on this website: News, Culture, and BwogLetter, Columbia’s prettiest, wittiest, and most efficient weekly newsletter.

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After releasing an album with an all-too-familiar title, singer-songwriter, indie icon, and one of News Editor Victoria Borlando’s favorite artists of all time Sufjan Stevens may try to “Reach Out” for a new career path.

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No one wants to hear News Editor Victoria Borlando scream. Just subscribe to BwogLetter and enjoy her pretty pictures.

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I’m not saying I’m judging you for all your choices but… I’m judging you for all your choices.

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This morning, the Barnard Covid Testing Center revealed that they have created a new category for “inconclusive” COVID-19 test results, which occur when one probe detects a COVID-19 strain while another does not.

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News Editor Victoria Borlando is evil now, and she has taken up the challenge of imagining the worst possible combination of celebrities to engage in a Contemporary Civilization seminar.

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News Editor Victoria Borlando interprets the purpose of the Columbia Core very literally, using everything she “learned” from Columbia in life’s most perilous feat: surviving the 1848 Oregon Trail.

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News Editor Victoria Borlando reminds you that yes, Bwog has a weekly newsletter, and yes, you definitely should subscribe to BwogLetter for multiple reasons.

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Liking the 2020s? With this year as the opening act? No thank you! Senior Staff Writer Victoria Borlando will happily stay in the 2000s where it’s safe, thank you very much.

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Oh, you’re embarrassed because you liked Twilight in middle school? Newsflash! It’s high art now! Drink some chamomile tea and unironically enjoy the Baseball Scene like the rest of us. Around April or May, I began to notice that it became really hard to find new pieces of media interesting. Sure, there was plenty of […]

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Sometimes, having a “philosophy” class of people who have good opinions isn’t enough! Senior Staff Writer Victoria Borlando is here to tell you the recipe for getting an evenly spicy blend of people for the best CC seminar.

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