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Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina

After Argentina elected its current president, Mauricio Marci, the new administration has poured tremendous effort into its economic policies to rectify what the former administration had left behind (sound familiar?). Junior Staff Writer Timmy Wu tells his experience about that time when Argentina’s minister of finance graced Columbia with his presentation on the impact of […]

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The Red And The White

Bwog takes another step towards becoming the erotic fanfic blog of Columbia University. I. It was a Thursday and I was beyond gone. The previous four hours had been a blur of empty cups and imposing men asking me for identification. Things ended early when I handed a bouncer my student ID. It probably didn’t […]

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