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Whaddup Barnard friends (and Columbia kids if you’re cool enough to room w/ us?)! Housing selection is soon approaching. Bwog is back with our coveted and much anticipated Housing Reviews. Today it’s 110 (more officially called 601 W 110th St), a Barnard dorm that’s very grown-up. Look forward to more great content this week. Location: 601 […]

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Still trying to figure out where to live next year? Don’t worry, Bwog is here with another Housing Review! Want to live in a nice building with great facilities and don’t mind taking a nice walk every day? Check out 47 Claremont! Location: 47 Claremont Nearby dorms: Far from all other Columbia dorms, but right next to […]

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Have you found a place to live yet? (Sorry, too personal? Too bad.) Housing continues, and we’re still rolling out the reviews. For this installment of housing reviews, we’re going just around the River bend… Location: 628 West 114th Street (AKA “River”) between Broadway and Riverside Drive. Nearby dorms: Shapiro, Broadway, Hogan… somewhat. Stores and restaurants: […]

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