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Navigating a time-honored Columbia tradition: getting hit on by Anonymous.

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Olivia Rodrigo’s Drivers License has topped charts since it was released on January 8, and there is nothing like blasting the song while driving through the suburbs and scream-singing to your heart’s content. Here are my best tips to achieve similar vibes, even while living in NYC without a car (or driver’s license).

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You don’t have to be living in the dorms to experience the masterpiece that is residential hall themes, signs, and name cards.

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In the highly-anticipated second installment of the critically-acclaimed “Love Across Broadway,” trouble is on the Hudson horizon for Millie and Roaree. Will they survive? Who’s to say!

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Just a few days into the semester, Bwog shares the first words of our professors.

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A letter to the roaches in New York City, from Lauren Kahme, Editor-in-Chief.

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Bwog ends the semester with a few closing statements from our [insert adjective here] professors!

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This holiday season, cozy up with a heartwarming tale of two estranged institutions, and how the magic of Christmas brought them back together. 

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