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Good morning Barnumbia and welcome class of 2025!!! Whether you’re an eager first-year, a sophomore on campus for the first time since your tour in 10th grade, or a junior/senior who has forgotten what it was like to attend college live and in person, Bwog is here to guide you through making new friends, joining […]

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NSOP has ended, the school year has begun, and here’s what we want you to know. Every emotion you are feeling is valid. You are going to be so fine and so good at college. I know you likely don’t believe us when we say that, but it’s true. Thank you for texting us and […]

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NSOP 2020 Playlist

NSOP brings up a lot of feelings! What’s the best way to cope with them? A bangin’ playlist!

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This week, Barnard’s Student Government Association heard from students from the Roosevelt Institute about Barn and from Emy Cardoza, Associate Dean for Student Life, about her work planning NSOP.

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