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Get ready for a whirlwind Halloweekend in the big apple with advice from upperclassmen, from East Campus party hopping to creative costume tips. Stay warm in a coat, save on costume accessories, and reconsider those pricey frat Halloween events for a memorable and budget-friendly Halloween in New York City.

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Your favorite, most reliable Barnumbia advice-givers, Nikki Nambiar & Tal Bloom, launch the first article of their immaculate advice column. 

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On Wednesday, February 1, the Columbia University Law Review hosted Giselle Valdez, a Columbia College alum and current Columbia Law student to present about her organization, The Legal Gist, which aims to demystify the law school application process. Staff Writers Ella Ferguson and Maya Reisner were in attendance.

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The frats are either going to permanently ban me from future parties or appoint me to become their designated party planner because of this article. At this point, I’m not sure which outcome sounds worse.

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Realizing you’re wasting your money on a useless education from a corrupt institution? Here’s how that money could be better spent.

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Staff Writer Jeff Davis traveled deeply into their spiritual core and has emerged with some shining insights to guide your way from darkness into light.

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While reflecting on how the Barnumbia experience has changed in the era of COVID-19, I realized that I won’t be able to host a visiting prospective student this year, and it made me very sad. 

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Housing registration for Columbia and SEAS students for the 2019-2020 school year closes this Thursday, March 7th. Lottery numbers for each registered group will be available on March 26th, post-spring break. Confused about how it all works? Internal Editor Zoe Sottile breaks it down. 

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Zӧe Sottile is Bwog’s internal editor and also a full-sized human woman! At this point, she is considering asking for recommendations from Tinder matches.

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This afternoon we received an email from a self-titled “rapidly crusting alum,” who has imparted some special words of counsel. With a full Spring semester ahead, we share this timely letter. To: tips@bwog.com From: Anonymous Subject: Crusty alum advice Hi Bwog, I am a rapidly-crusting alum writing you from the office. And at the start of this spring […]

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