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NSOP 2020 Playlist

NSOP brings up a lot of feelings! What’s the best way to cope with them? A bangin’ playlist!

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How To Make Friends In College

Contrary to popular belief, Bwog staffers actually lead rich and fulfilling social lives.

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First-Year Horror Stories

The horrific stories from first-years past, compiled by Bwog staffers. 

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Houses And Homes: Denton, Texas

Houses and Homes is one of Bwog’s summer series that showcases the (potentially) neat places that Bwog’s staff have been spending their summers. In the first installation of Summer 2020, Staff Writer Sarah Perry gives you a little taste of suburban Texas.

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Potential Alternative Reopening Strategies

Proper planning prevents poor performance.

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How To Relive Columbia Arbor Day At Home

Bwog explains how you can transport Morningside to your home now.

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“Body Image During a Pandemic:” A Zine

This Bwogger made a zine about how body image will be affected by quarantine. Check it out! 

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Official Bwog Ranking Of Bubly Flavors

Diana Center Café aficionados Eliza Staples and Vivian Zhou delve deep on their opinions of Bubly sparkling water. If you have any issues with these rankings, you’re wrong. 

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Back Of The Envelope: What’s The Chance We Are Coming Back To Campus In The Fall?

Bwog Staffer Solomia Dzhaman uses her remaining brain cells to tell you how likely you are to end up on campus in September. 

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Zoom Fashion Moments I Regret Not Having

As finals start and Zoom classes become all but a faded memory, staff writer Nicki Camberg regrets all the fun and festive outfits she never got around to wearing.  Taking classes online at home is the perfect opportunity to break out some exciting looks, but unfortunately, I never got around to showing up to class […]

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Finals Tips: Spring 2020

Deputy Editor Caroline Mullooly brings you Bwog’s best study tips for this semester—live from quarantine. 

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Quarantine High Tea: A Birthday Chronicle

News Editor, Lauren Kahme, recounts her nineteenth birthday extravaganza and reflects on this time in quarantine.

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Barnard Library Is Collecting Quaranzines During COVID-19

Managing Editor Eva Sher and Events Editor Brigid Cromwell got to talk with Barnard Zine Librarian Jenna Freedman via Zoom call about the Barnard Library’s Quaranzine collection.

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Hi! That's totally fair. We don't condone excess socializing during the pandemic. However, we wrote this based on general freshman (read more)
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August 4, 2020
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Everything We Know About Columbia’s Reopening Plan (As Of 7/28/2020)
August 3, 2020
>Mrs. Rand is that you? Says the individual who got to have a job and make a living during the (read more)
Everything We Know About Columbia’s Reopening Plan (As Of 7/28/2020)
August 3, 2020
You mean Cuomo's nursing home patients. All well into their 80s or morbidly obese. Also hospitals in the suburbs and (read more)
Everything We Know About Columbia’s Reopening Plan (As Of 7/28/2020)
August 3, 2020

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