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Welcome to this housing review, which is largely just a textual shrine to the cultural reset that is Broadway Hall’s elevator system.

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Adieu To Bwog

Editor in Chief Jenny Zhu says goodbye to Bwog. When I think of the twilight of my time as Editor in Chief, I think of that one Winnie the Pooh quote: “How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.” I think of the joy and deep compassion for this little blog that many of us share. I think of the […]

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Since Junzi introduced its “After Hours” in fall 2017, Junzi Late Night has been nothing short of revolutionary.

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Independent news organization (13, NYC) seeks Columbia students to send in questions for a revival of Bwog’s advice column, Dear Bwog, and to take long walks on the beach.

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Yeah, sure, there are a lot of sucky things about what we fondly call “shopping period” – adding yourself to 257-people waitlists, attending seven classes in two days, and all the while experiencing a profound existential crisis.

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If Bwog was the Columbia University Department of Economics, the Daily Editors would be our Sunil Gulati.

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