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Remedies For Your Buttache

Zooming through CU brings its own set of challenges to overcome, but perhaps the worst of all is the painful experience of your ass.
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Exploring Perspectives Of Incarceration Through Art

New Staff Writer Anna Eggers attended a book talk by Nicole Fleetwood about her new book Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration sponsored by the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
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On The Ethics Of Pinning Your Zoom Crush

POV: You shyly pin your crush’s video, and in the reflection of their glasses, you see your magnified self. O romance! O love! How the heart burst at the thrill of such thought!
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JJ’s Place – A Playlist

Either you are about to go out, returning from a night out, or cramming all night for an exam, super hungry, and no other dining hall is open. In any case, JJ’s Place welcomes you with open arms, a killer playlist, and the best fast food on campus.
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Bwoglines: Sidewalk Bubbles Edition

Happy hump day! Stay in the loop of the world at a very low commitment level with today’s Bwoglines.
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What The Pigeons Are Saying To Me

One Bwogger takes on the herculean task of understanding what the pigeons of New York have to say to the world.
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Family Vs. Zoomiversity

Take classes in the comfort of your own home, they said. Who said my home is comfortable?
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Already the subject of much controversy regarding its relationship with the Harlem community, Columbia’s Manhattanville campus is once again facing scrutiny, this time from New York City’s Carpenters Union for working with a non-union contractors to build a new dormitory.
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Bwoglines: Bummer Edition

I’m not exactly sure what you were expecting.
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Field Notes: Feel Like A Fool Edition

Is it even surprising that that’s the title of a week in Bwog’s life?
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My First Time In Butler: Pandemic Edition

Life is hard enough as a first-year, and then you put us into breakout rooms? That’s a bit much.
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What’s REALLY In The Orgo Lab Kits: An “Investigation”

A completely understandable snafu in trying to manage the logistics of sending hundreds of students around the world some plastic tubes? Or a coverup?
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Remedies For Your Buttache

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On The Ethics Of Pinning Your Zoom Crush

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JJ’s Place – A Playlist

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Bwoglines: Sidewalk Bubbles Edition

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What The Pigeons Are Saying To Me

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Family Vs. Zoomiversity

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Bwoglines: Bummer Edition

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Field Notes: Feel Like A Fool Edition

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My First Time In Butler: Pandemic Edition

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More inaccurate sensationalism. Columbia will be using and taking bids from Union and non union construction workers. https://neighbors.columbia.edu/sites/default/files/content/MWL%20Reports/Pavarini%20McGovern%20Bid%20Opportunity%20Residential%20Building.pdf (read more)
Columbia To Use Non-Union Labor For Manhattanville Dorm Construction, Carpenters Union (NYCDCC) Protests
September 25, 2020
Columbia should choose the best and the brightest students with the most potential without regard to race, creed, color, religion. (read more)
What Should CU’s Admissions Criteria Really Be
September 25, 2020
The love of Columbia. (read more)
What Keeps Low Fountains Erect?
September 24, 2020
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What Keeps Low Fountains Erect?
September 24, 2020

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