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With the last day of classes finally here, it is a time for reflection on the good, the bad and the bizarre here at Columbia. Bwog shares some of those recent moments as we all gear up for a finals season no one is prepared for and Reading Days no one actually uses.  Respect the process: […]

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Every week your friends at the Columbia Bartending Association outfit you with a topical, alcoholic accouterment. Wrestling with Rousseau this weekend on that CC paper? Wrestle drunk! It’s my favorite time of year again. I wish I was basking in the Christmas and New Year’s spirit already, but one last battle remains before the holidays: finals. Can’t […]

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All Night Long

The Butler gods have spoken. Starting next Tuesday, this hallowed building’s fifth and sixth floors will be open 24/7, thereby inviting 170 more students to join their sleepless comrades on Milstein floors two, three, and four. But remember friends, this is a trial run, so if you really want more 24-hour space in Butler, you’ve […]

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Bleary-eyed and ready to start ranting to the nice ladies in Butler Cafe, you enter the library at the crack of dawn (okay, 10 am) to start work on that project you really, really didn’t mean to procrastinate on. But wait—what’s that smell? Is it possible that someone got here even earlier than YOU, and […]

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