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Students at Columbia respond to the shift to hybrid classes and exams during the final two weeks of the semester.

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On Sunday, April 21, Bwog interviewed Columbia Professor Michael Thaddeus regarding his thoughts on the recent student protests and arrests.  

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On Tuesday evening, Bwog Staff Writer Erika Avallone had the privilege of attending a discussion titled “Writers at Barnard: Olga Ravn and Joyelle McSweeney,” where the authors divulged the emotionality and honesty of their writing processes. The night was coated with catharsis and compassion, an unforgettable nod to humanity’s most authentic experience: motherhood.    

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In the post-Bacchanal haze, Editor in Chief Sahmaya Busby and Senior Staff Writer Paulina Rodriguez got the scoop from Ava, a dedicated fan noticed by the festival’s headliner.

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The long wait is over… Here is your chance to understand what the Ethnomusicology major is!! 

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Deputy Arts Editor Rory Collins and Staff Writer Tara Lago met with the viral artist behind the Columbia “Snow Bunny” stickers.

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After a Columbia student passed away during a Kayaking Club trip, new travel policies have been implemented for all Club Sports. Many students claim these policies are unrelated to student safety, but instead put a damper on Club Sports operations, which is further exacerbated by recent funding restrictions. Content warning: Graphic descriptions of death 

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Choose neuroscience if you want to know why you forgot why you walked into a room.

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We are here to answer your favorite question: What actually is American Studies?

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Be a philosophy major, and you will never stop thinking about your own thoughts for as long as you live!

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Biology? Medicine? Engineering? How about all three!

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An overview of the Barnumbia mathematics program.

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If you don’t declare a major in or switch your major to Psychology after reading this, you should probably just drop out. 

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The summer before I arrived at Barnard, I was pretty much dead set on majoring in political science. Having never excelled in science in high school, I was incredibly adverse to anything related to STEM. Nothing could convince me otherwise, it seemed. I chose political science because I was good at AP Gov and all […]

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