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What To Do With Your Leftover Printing Dollars

You probably have at least one-thousand sheets of paper’s worth of printing dollars left for the semester. Here’s what Bwoggers think you should use them for.
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Bwog In Bed: Facebook Stalking Edition

Hungover from formals, “study breaks”, or a prolonged night at B*tler? Bwog thinks you deserve five more minutes in bed.
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2020 Marshall Scholarship Awarded To Two Columbia Students

Two out of only 46 American college students selected, seniors Amar Bhardwaj and Young Joon Kim were recently awarded the title of 2020 Marshall Scholar.
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Five Reasons You Shouldn’t Buy A Canada Goose And Should Venmo Me Instead

Bwogger Miyoki Walker has noticed something troubling around campus lately: everyone’s wearing $1,500 coats. Here are a few reasons why she thinks this is stupid and hates it.  1. They cost a ridiculous amount of money. There’s no point in proving that you’re rich, we could already tell by your two-day-trip-to-Brussels-over-Fall-Break Instagram post. These coats cost upwards of 950 dollars. Imagine everything […]
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Pajama Party In Butler? It’s More Likely Than You’d Think!

Bwog invites you to get cozy with us for the first night of reading week!
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Field Notes: Weekend Before Finals Edition

Bwog is a scholarly organization and like always, kept it scholarly this weekend.
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An Ode To The CU Lion Dance Snow Lion

Cuffing season is upon us, and Bwogger Nicki Camberg has got her eye on someone special, even though this relationship may be fleeting.
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Spreading Cheer With CCSC

CCSC Bureau Chief returns for his final post of the semester, focusing heavily on holiday spirit, the tireless efforts of our elected officials, and the ongoing frenzy that is the room where it happens.
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Christmas Cheer On A Budget

Deputy Events Editor Brigid Cromwell lives on 110th street and spends more time walking between her room and campus than you would think. With the holidays approaching, she wants to share her favorite way of spreading Christmas cheer on her walk home.
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John Jay Breakfast: I See You, I Appreciate You

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Bwog Is Ready To Say Bye-Bye To These Classes

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Field Notes: Weekend Before Finals Edition

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An Ode To The CU Lion Dance Snow Lion

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