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SCAM-BC1001: Getting The Most Out Of Barnard

For as much or as little as you pay tuition, either way, there exist many resources at Barnard for low-income students to survive. Bwog has compiled a comprehensive list of resources at Barnard to help you get where you need to go. The most prominent resource for first-year students is the Barnard Bear Essentials Fund, […]

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Bwog’s Bitter Guide To Milstein

For those who have migrated from Butler to Milstein, Deputy Editor Idris O’Neill is begging you to abandon your old habits and adopt these new, more considerate ones. She’s tired of seeing you in group study rooms alone. 1. If you are a Columbia student, come with a buddy. Chances are you weren’t invited to the […]

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Seeking Admin To Validate Crushes

In continuum with Deputy Editor Idris O’Neill’s complicated history with Columbia Crushes, she is broadcasting a Craigslist-guided job search for the new Columbia Crushes admin. Help us, anonymous Bwog reader, you’re our only hope.  I am an avid subscriber of the Columbia Crushes Facebook page and have recently not seen the Facebook page update as often as I […]

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Rejected Halloween Costumes 2.0

Year after year, you find yourself scrambling through your closet for clothes you can hastily turn into a costume. Despite knowing exactly when Halloween happens every year and the fact that it happens, again, every year, you are never ready for it. While you could settle for some of the real horrors Columbia has faced this […]

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Bwog Reviews: CUP Put The “Great” In The Great Gatsby

Bwog crashed the party of the year last night in the Glicker-Milstein Theater, where Prohibition was in effect yet ineffectual and the 20’s roared. Tuesday Daily Vivian Zhou and Deputy Editor Idris O’Neill lived to tell the tale of CU Players’ The Great Gatsby. The play opens with a casual atmosphere, inviting the audience to […]

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How Much Ghosting Is Socially Appropriate Ghosting?

The glaring red notification on your Mail app seems to glow just a little more intensely this month. You’re haunted by the drafted emails you’ve really only got as far as “Dear Professor” with. It’s been one week since you texted in Slack, five days since you emailed back, three days since you left your room–now […]

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ClubHop: The Barnard Community Garden Sees Room For Growth

Colloquially referred to as the “Barnard Gardening Club,” officially recognized as nothing, but personally called the “Barnard Community Garden,” this unofficial club at Barnard has made a lot of change considering its (lack of) status. Bwog sat down with the visionaries behind the Barnard Community Garden and talked about sending an inordinate amount of e-mails […]

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Preventing Palestine: A Crash Course In The Conflict

On September 20th, Dr. Seth Anziska ‘15 sat down to talk about his recently released book Preventing Palestine: From Camp David to Oslo, about the complex players of contemporary Middle Eastern politics. Deputy Editor Idris O’Neill and Bwog Baby Alicia Benis covered everything you want and don’t want to know. Dr. Seth Anziska began the […]

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Field Notes: Bwog Goes Walden Edition

In a shocking twist, this week’s field notes are not entirely centered around binge drinking. Nevertheless, Bwog still found ways to have memorable, regrettable, field notes-able weekends. Send in your field notes to tips@bwog.com for a feature! Bwog in (and out of) love Skipped stats to meet with my crush to find out he has a […]

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Bwog Finance: Cost-Benefit Analysis Of Hot Professors

We all have guilty pleasures and sometimes that guilty pleasure is the only reason we run to 8:40 lectures. Bwog Finance takes a stab at the pros and cons of having hot professors. Benefit: Your attendance is impeccable. You always go to class and you’re extremely punctual. Cost: You can never pay attention in class. Instead, you count […]

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Bwoglines: Strawberries And Serial Killers Edition

Happening in the World: What seems worthy of a Snopes check and reminiscent of fear-mongering posts your aunt shares on Facebook is becoming a reality for Australians who are finding sewing needles in their strawberries. Australian officials are offering a $100,000 AUD award for whomever can find the source of these contaminated strawberries, though this may […]

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A Working Ranking Of Dining Hall Ice

Bwog’s strongest opinions are reserved for the finer, more inane things in life. In continuation of our ranking series, Bwog presents the long-awaited ranking of dining hall ice. Do not feel compelled to defend the integrity of this ice. John Jay – The ice here is perfect, like more satisfying than those oddly pleasing Instagram […]

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Housing Reviews 2018: Renovated Lerner Elevator

A gem hidden in plain sight, the renovated Lerner elevators are the ideal housing in this New York summer heat. Equipped with air conditioning, mobility, and a dedication to minimalist design, these new elevators are worth every time we had to take the stairs due to “modernization.”  Location: 2920 Broadway, on 115th & accessible from […]

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Demanding EcoReparations: A Day In The Life Of An EcoReps Customer

If you are someone who was not at 1020 last night (or maybe you are someone who was and are just very into those sweet deals), you are probably someone who woke up early for the EcoReps Green Sale. Senior Staff Writer Idris O’Neill is dedicated to making your voices heard and your grievances noted. This is an ode […]

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Houses And Homes: St. Croix

Every August, Bwog takes a minute to reflect on the cool (and sometimes not-so-cool) places we’ve lived over the summer before we all return to Morningside Heights for the fall. Houses And Homes asks: where did you spend your time and what does home mean to you this summer? Idris O’Neill is kicking off this […]

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It has been this way for at least fifty years, this is nothing new. School does start the Tuesday after (read more)
Callout: So, Where Are Our Grades?
January 10, 2019
I've been here since 1984, and I don't remember Reading Week ever being more (or less) than 3 days--am I (read more)
Callout: So, Where Are Our Grades?
January 10, 2019

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It has been this way for at least fifty years, this is nothing new. School does start the Tuesday after (read more)
Callout: So, Where Are Our Grades?
January 10, 2019
I've been here since 1984, and I don't remember Reading Week ever being more (or less) than 3 days--am I (read more)
Callout: So, Where Are Our Grades?
January 10, 2019
Sorry, the professulas finally kept their promise that if Trump was elected, they would emigrate to CHina as organ donors. (read more)
Callout: So, Where Are Our Grades?
January 9, 2019
This is a bigger root problem is the administration's inexplicable commitment to starting the term the day after Labor Day. (read more)
Callout: So, Where Are Our Grades?
January 9, 2019