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Bwog Staffwriter, alongside her three other friends, on a whim applied to be a hair model via a posting in the Barnard Works job portal. The staff writer was denied the position, however, her friends were all hired. Here she provides insight on what life as a reject is like…

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A wonderful tipster has brought to our attention the very first Hawkma sighting of the year. In the early hours of this gray, foggy Saturday morning, our ethereal goddess Hawkma was spotted perched on a lamppost on South Lawn, renewing our faith as we plow through midterms (still). As always, Hawkma appeared stately, majestic, and elegant.

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SGA’s Rep Council met last night for the first time in a lot of nights in the Diana Center Café. Amid an unusually plentiful amount of baked goods, and guests, discussions both new and overdue were had by all. Bwog’s Barnard Bureau Chief and Resident Baked Goods Bandit Renée Kraiem was, as per usual, there. […]

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