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Farewell, Bwog

My sweet angel Jenny has already written a goodbye post for the old board, but it only seems fitting that the outgoing Editor in Chief also write a farewell post of sorts. My tenure on Bwog’s editorial board for the past year and as Editor in Chief for the past semester (and the summer, I […]

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Spending time in Columbia spaces as a Barnard student can often be intimidating and stressful, but we can always manage to find guys who make us feel as though we belong. Senior staffer Betsy Ladyzhets explains the phenomenon of the “Columbia Boys I Trust” list. This past Sunday, as I considered the events of the previous […]

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GSSC Addresses Mental Health Challenges And Clears The Air About Gala Ticket Controversy

GSSC Bureau Chief Romane Thomas provides the scoop on what GSSC talked about in this week’s meeting, which includes gala ticket confusions and mental health issues. Last night, General Studies Student Council met in the Lerner Satow Room to clear up confusion about gala tickets and announce some upcoming events. Silin Chan and Raisa Flor, […]

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