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Events Editor Julia Tolda reads too many books due to her Comparative Literature major. She has had a migraine for the past year. These books are the reason but in a good way.

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In which Bwog continues to gush over required reading that was surprisingly decent. 

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Bwog’s Book Club returns with Bwogger Abi Peters reviewing Lauren Olivier’s spooky YA mystery novel ‘Broken Things’.

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As is normal for a student, when you’re constantly analysing university texts left, right, and centre, picking up a book voluntarily is not very common. I too related to this. However, when a four-hour-long hair appointment quite literally forced me to look up from my phone, I refound my childhood love of reading for pleasure as opposed to […]

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Housing reviews continue with this redheaded stepdaughter of Columbia housing: Carlton Arms. Where is it? Who knows. Who lives there? No clue. Is it a solid place to live? That’s where we come in. So just sit back, relax, and embrace Carlton Arms. Location: 362 Riverside Drive Nearby dorms: Carlton is so remote it isn’t […]

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Take some time to learn outside of the classroom this summer, and return to the glory days of leisure reading. Bwog staff has compiled a list of some must-reads, (anyone notice the insane amount of trilogies included in this list??) (Bwog = Illuminati??) so feel free to take our suggestions and pick up any (or […]

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