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How To Recreate Infamous Campus Crying Spots From Home

Fret not, freshpeople who didn’t make it to campus: Sydney Contreras is here to help you recreate the oh-so formative first-year crying experiences that make and break your spirit!
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Fourteen Days In The Life: A Quarantine Diary

Senior staff writer Sarah Perry moved to New York from a state with a high rate of COVID-19. Here’s an account of her 14-day quarantine period.
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Manic Pixie Dream Girl Procrastination Tactics

For those who don’t want to do their reading but want to feel like the love interest in a John Green novel, Staff Writer Julia Tolda brings you a list of the best quirky ways to procrastinate.
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How To Simulate The Library Experience From Home

For those of us not in NYC, who long for the days of studying in Butler, Milstein, Avery, the Engineering Library, and Teacher’s College…the list goes on… 
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Bwoglines: Heroes Edition

The breadth of the human experience occurred … yesterday.
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SGA Election Results For 2020-2021

The results of the election for Barnard’s Student Government Association for 2020-2021 are in!
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Isabel’s Fight List: Gross Person In Butler

An anonymous Bwogger, who is not Isabel, adds a new individual to Isabel’s Fight List: a student who committed several atrocities in the Butler Reference Room.
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LitHum But It’s Children’s Books

Staff Writer Camille Sensiba has some suggestions for how LitHum professors can help lighten the reading load this semester.
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Exploring Irrational Fears During Quarantine

Staff Writer Lia Jung unpacks the staff’s irrational fears from months of quarantine time.
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What Should CU’s Admissions Criteria Really Be

The SAT and ACT suck. They have problematic histories and are not good metrics of students’ qualifications. Because of the pandemic, Columbia and Barnard have temporarily seen the light and gone test-optional. But with no test scores required, how should Columbia and Barnard choose whom to admit? Bwog Staff has some ideas:
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My Cat Doesn’t Care About My Education

Staff Writer and new bwogger Eleanor Babwin explains proper pet etiquette while attending Zoom University.
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Bwoglines: Apologies And Authoritarianism

Today’s Bwoglines bring you an unexpected, unprecedented apology, as well as expected, unsubstantiated claims.
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LitHum But It’s Children’s Books

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My Cat Doesn’t Care About My Education

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