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Men’s Basketball Takes On Brown Bears

Last night, Columbia Men’s Basketball took on the Brown Bears in Levien Gym, keeping a close game but ultimately falling 66-72. Sports Editor Eunice Bae recounts her first college basketball game experience.

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On Columbia Lawns Being Geometric Shapes

A Bwog Writer considers disturbing trends in the geometric community. (This article is sponsored by Perimeters Quarterly™)

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The Bworts Guide To Basketball

Ever found yourself embarrassed because you know absolutely nothing about basketball and simply nodded and smiled to get away with it? Sports Editor Eunice Bae won’t let that happen ever again.

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Hockey 101: It’s More Than ‘Golf On Ice’

In an attempt to accommodate the sudden rush of Columbia Hockey fans, first-year hockey players Chris Mendell and Weston Goodman take a break from signing autographs to break down the mysterious, cold, and fast paced sport of Ice Hockey.  

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Athletics: Fall Break Edition

Stuck on campus this fall break? Take this weekend as an opportunity to actually learn the words to the Fight Song and flaunt those vocal pipes at any of the following athletic events on this list compiled by none other than Sports Editor Eunice Bae.

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News Flash: We Won!

Pre-gamed too hard and missed Saturday’s Homecoming game? Sports Editor Eunice Bae brings you some stats on this weekend’s matchup against Penn.

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Columbia Equivalents Of The 2-Hour Marathon

Staff Writer Andrew Wang dares to compare the scholarly activities of a Columbia University student to a 2-hour marathon, and we are here for it. 

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The Real Rules Of Squash

Staff Writer Josh Tate tackles the enigmatic and mysterious game of squash by delving deep into the sweat-soaked guts of Dodge. He went in wondering what squash is and came out in a word, enlightened.

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Quiz: Columbia Athletics

Think you know everything about Columbia Athletics? Put your knowledge to the test with this *niche* quiz.

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HOMECOMING 101!

Don’t know football? Have no idea where Baker is? Don’t worry, Bwog’s got you covered.

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Bwog Articles As Other Bwog Articles

I don’t usually write posts comparing Bwog articles with other Bwog articles, but as they say, cats only bark twice.

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On Monday, undergraduate students around Columbia gathered to listen to this week’s “Talks With Professors” with Dr. Frank Guridy. Staff Writer Solomia Dzhaman is here to give you the summary.

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Knickerbocker Recap: Heps Don’t Lie Edition

The 2019 Ivy League Outdoor Heptagonal Championships, that is. 

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Knickerbocker Recap: Winding Down Edition

Sports seasons are almost over! We are almost done! Read about it. 

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Knickerbocker Recap: An Un-FORE-Gettable Weekend Edition

The men’s and women’s golf teams found success at the Ivy Championships…read all about it and other Columbia sports news from this weekend!

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