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It is now a full two weeks since Columbia’s last day of finals. That’s fourteen days, or 336 hours, or 20,160 minutes. That’s… a whole lot of time. And yet, so many of our professors still haven’t graded our final exams, papers, and projects. You have the time, you don’t have anything better to do, […]

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Here at Bwog HQ (a.k.a. tips@bwog.com), we receive a constant stream of requests to feature new apps. These apps are usually made by Columbia students for Columbia students, and tend to have varying degrees of usefulness (from none to “eh, maybe”). A few examples include: Exactly 1 million apps for first-years to find parties during […]

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Where The Yogis At?

Yesterday evening, new writer Constance Blumenthal headed over to Butler lawn, hoping to take advantage of some free, stress-relieving yoga. What she found was not as stress-relieving as she’d hoped. After a long day of classes, running across town, and getting yelled at by security guards at the Met, I was looking forward to University […]

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