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Barnard first-years recount their first-hand experiences with the Barnard Quad fire and the resulting fallout.

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Bwog has been watching a lot of early-2000s reality TV shows lately, our most recent favorite being Wife Swap. However, after sending in our audition tape to ABC, we learned that Wife Swap is no longer on the air. Thus, in proper Bwog fashion, we made two Barnard Bwog staffers swap wives rooms. Here are the results. Back […]

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Bwog heard that Pakistani education activist Malala Yousafzai is in Barnard quad right now. According to a tip, she’s “being filmed talking to some lady.” If you have more information, please let us know at Or use the anonymous tip form. Update, 2:15: Sania Khalid tips that “Malala is here for an interview with cbs! She stopped […]

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Our second series during Orientation is called “Bi-Partisan Dorm Reviews.” The series seeks to show both the pros and cons of living in whatever residence hall that you (hopefully) chose. For non-freshman housing, we did reviews of many upperclassmen buildings during the Housing Lottery, which you can see here. Third up is the Barnard Quad. […]

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