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Hoping to avoid a freshman flop era? Steer clear of Bwog’s past mistakes and heed our advice so you don’t foul up your first year at Barnumbia.

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We’ve given you some music before, and we’re doing it again! Enjoy the music under the sun, sipping lemonade, soaking up the rays or however else is your ideal way to spend the summer! 

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We can’t slay all the time!

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The following might score you serious indie points at a less quirked-up institution, but not here!

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From gag-inducing to utterly tolerable, here are ten soups offered by Columbia Dining that will make you say: “Yes, this is soup!”

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What building does your favorite yogurt brand best embody? #url#

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Welcome back to the one post a year that focuses neither on Columbia or on student life! We hope this year’s recap on pop culture reminds you of the craziness we as humans have to endure each waking moment of our lives.

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As Barnumbia students experience another harrowing finals season, Bwog Staff brings you the albums that kept us (somewhat) sane this fall. We’re back again, baby! And we hope to be back again in the spring. Baby.

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Best Free GRE Resources

Prepping for and taking the GRE is a lot of things––exhausting, scary, stressful, frustrating––but it doesn’t have to be expensive.

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For those who just aren’t ready for precedented times.

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