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We have a deep connection to the Hunger Games here and an even deeper connection to our campus buildings.

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It’s not every day that you walk into a room that has almost as much nature as the park or the suburbs, but on Sulzberger 2, that’s just what lies behind Barnard ‘26 Orla’s door.

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Whether you were tanning at the beach or rotting in your bed at your parent’s house in the cold, I’m sure after the first few days of break, you started to miss Columbia. I guess absence does make the heart grow fonder.

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A pair of huge upsets last week set the stage for a fierce battle in the penultimate round of this year’s Bwarch Bwadness.

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Bwog caught a glimpse of summer and was (for the most part) able to relax this spring break!

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Oh no! Bwog won’t be here during Spring Break! Wondering how to still be a cool person without reading Bwog every day? Follow the Ins below (and by god, ruthlessly avoid the Outs).

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With the Oscars coming up this weekend, how better to spend the time you could be studying for midterms than by contemplating movies you probably haven’t seen and their similarities with buildings you’ve never been inside.

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After a week of unpredictable upsets, a new slate of matchups is ready to take place.

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Searching for a great pizza spot? Look no further than Barnumbia’s dining halls! Or maybe don’t.

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I asked our lovely staff for their tips and tricks on how to make the best, and hopefully most consistent and available, dining hall coffee. The results vary, but you can be sure that they range from creative and elaborate to practical and trustworthy — like our lovely Bwoggers themselves!

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