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Bwoglines: Sleeping Edition

We all know that a good night’s sleep is crucial to our health, but this article says that because of certain circadian rhythms and the sleep habits of teenagers should sleep in. A study has shown that delayed start times at the U.S. Air Force Academy improved grades. (Huffpost) With Disney’s new movie Maleficent released […]

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Waking Up With Bwog: The Gang’s All Here

Today we’re getting our final round of movers-in with the short-distance travelers.  Bwog will be running about today, snooping on NSOP and talking to freshmen about the experience.  As of today, NSOP is officially in full swing, so it’s time for you to Wake Up With Bwog.  If you’re interested in writing about anything that you […]

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Welcome to Columbia!

Good morning, west coasters and internationals, welcome to your first day at this fine university.  We’re happy to welcome you here and hope that move-in day is…not completely unbearable?  Your giddy orientation leaders will be running around in noticeable shirts to help you out and there are a ton of signs to point you kind […]

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