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We found a desolate, nameless Inorganic Chemistry notebook in 340 Havemeyer today, apparently abandoned by its owner in a fit of rage and/or self-disgust. We know midterms and finals are killing you, but don’t take it out on your notebook! Pick it up by emailing us at tips@bwog.com, and we will probably get back to you. As […]

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“By your deeds and not by your words shall you be known.” Or so reads the Sachems‘ website. Did we think to look for a website? Dammit, no. Frankly, we’re a bit over posting more lists of people who are trying to do cool things for Columbia—like to raise money for ambulances or scholarships, and […]

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