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How To Make Friends In College

Contrary to popular belief, Bwog staffers actually lead rich and fulfilling social lives.

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Isabel’s Fight List: Professors Who Are Asking Me To Do Actual Work Right Now

Editor in Chief Isabel Sepúlveda can’t actually fight people while responsibly socially distancing, so this will have to do.

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You Should Start A Book Club

Last semester, Editor in Chief Isabel Sepúlveda (along with Science Editor Sarah Braner) started a book club with her friends and she thinks you should too.

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Columbia Zoomiversity Logs In

Cons: technical difficulties. Pros: you could be the first person to go to class on a swing set (in your own yard of course).

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Columbia Is Cats (2019)

Editor in Chief Isabel Sepúlveda had a stunning realization after a clawful (and unfortunately sober) viewing of Cats (2019) and now you have to have it too. She will not be taking questions at this time.

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