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You Should Start A Book Club

Last semester, Editor in Chief Isabel Sepúlveda (along with Science Editor Sarah Braner) started a book club with her friends and she thinks you should too.
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Housing Reviews 2020: My Lottery Number

Senior Staff Writer Henry Golub received a bad lottery number. He reviews the dorm he will likely wind up in.
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Dining Alone Is So Important

Solo dining is an aspect of adulting that takes a minute to get used to. But eating alone can be meditative, productive, melancholy, exciting, and more! 
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Housing Reviews 2020: Furnald

For sophomores wanting to recreate their freshman year, but in a single and also while being left alone, Furnald is the one for you. For incoming freshmen skeptical of the promised “social scene” of Carman and the enigma that is the LLC: Furnald awaits.
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Bwoglines: Bwog From Home Edition

Bwog kindly reminds you to read Bwog at home, please!
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Supermarket Run-In Survival Guide

News Editor Lauren Kahme, delves into the many uncomfortable situations you will inevitably encounter in your local supermarket over the course of this semester.
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Columbia Zoomiversity Logs In

Cons: technical difficulties. Pros: you could be the first person to go to class on a swing set (in your own yard of course).
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Major Spotlight: Astrophysics

Let’s meet the next guest in our Major Spotlight’s lineup–Astrophysics! An impressive-sounding name to make people you meet say “oh, wow!”, but still disappoint your parents that you’re not an engineer. Though the major still needs to be petitioned for at Barnard, it still holds a special place in our hearts.
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Day In The Life Of A Rejected Hair Model

Bwog Staffwriter, alongside her three other friends, on a whim applied to be a hair model via a posting in the Barnard Works job portal. The staff writer was denied the position, however, her friends were all hired. Here she provides insight on what life as a reject is like…
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Housing Reviews 2020: Ruggles

Guest Writer Ashley Zhang informs us that “no longer plagued by its fire-ridden past and only hindered by its lack of AC, Ruggles is having quite the moment.”
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Bwoglines: Spring Reawakening Edition

Spring break is coming to a close, and now that many of us are waking up at home or elsewhere, Bwog is waking from its slumber to bring you news!
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You Should Start A Book Club

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Housing Reviews 2020: My Lottery Number

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Dining Alone Is So Important

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Housing Reviews 2020: Furnald

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Bwoglines: Bwog From Home Edition

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Supermarket Run-In Survival Guide

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Columbia Zoomiversity Logs In

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Major Spotlight: Astrophysics

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Day In The Life Of A Rejected Hair Model

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Housing Reviews 2020: Ruggles

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Bwoglines: Spring Reawakening Edition

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