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Bwog Writers Read Mean Comments 2.0

In which Bwog writers are berated.  Being at home hasn’t stopped Bwog from doing our favorite thing: receiving hateful comments. Inspired by a video made two years ago, we’ve compiled some of our favorite mean (or just generally weird) comments that readers have left on our articles.    

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Bwideo: Bwog Writers Read Mean Comments

Bwideo is back and better than ever! While our last installment was focused on the student population, we decided in this video to turn to Bwog writers by having them read the mean comments viewers have left on their articles. If you want to contribute to Bwideo in the future, please email us at bwogvideocolumbia@gmail.com with your name and […]

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CU Attempts To Answer Columbia Trivia Questions

In Bwog Video’s second release—or is it “Bwideo” now?—Camille Ramos (’20) and Sarah Kinney (’20) ask Columbia trivia to unsuspecting students on College Walk. We thought it was hard to trump our first video, but we sure proved ourselves wrong! Ahem…gratuitous self praise notwithstanding, check out our new video below! If you’re interested in Bwog Video/Bwideo, […]

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