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Senior Wisdom: Angelica Lagasca

Angelica Lagasca recounts her time at Columbia filled with fainting on trains and feigning comprehension in seminars.

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Horror Story: The Oven

Bwog’s month of Halloween continues! This time, Claremont Queen Rachel Deal brings you a horror story (loosely) based on her experiences with the oven in her suite. It started when your suitemate tried to make a Trader Joe’s frozen pizza. She turned on the oven, slid in the pizza–a few minutes later, you all felt […]

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Where Are The Claremont Crosswalks?

Though some Columbia students avoid going to Claremont at all costs, one Bwogger and 47 Claremont resident has to cross the street every day to get home…and there are no crosswalks. Claremont Avenue runs only 11 blocks (from 116th Street to Tiemann Place), and it completely lacks crosswalks. Though Google Maps shows crosswalks at 120th […]

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Need One More!

An all-junior group of 6 is looking for one more junior to fill their Claremont 7-person suite during junior regroup. The person will get a single. Email tips@bwog.com if interested!

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Overseen: Law And Order: SVU Films Episode Near Campus

We received two tips earlier today after students witnessed Law and Order: SVU cast and crew filming an episode near campus. Continue to send us information of what’s going on around this part of town by emailing us at tips@bwog.com.   Tip #1: “Law and Order SVU is currently filming the ‘protesting outside of Prezbo’s house’ scene for […]

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Housing Reviews 2013: Claremont

Location: 47 Claremont Nearby dorms: Relatively far from other Columbia dorms. Elliot and 600s are close though. Stores and restaurants: Morton Williams is the closest option. Westside’s a considerable schlep. But Fairway is only a short walk away. Starbucks, M2M, and the Halal carts are all frequented, but kiss Chipotle goodbye. You can order in, […]

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Concrete Jungle Where Dreams Are Disturbed

Woodland creatures will find you in the night, and they will defile you. Mark Hay, superhuman, tells the terrifying tale: Something about the sound of nail upon metal, the grating and skittering and scraping of it, irks me dearly—so much that it can pull me from the deepest slumber. So when I awoke yesterday to […]

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The 2008 Housing Lottery: Your Best Mistake Ever!

We now invite you to leave the relative comforts of  Nussbaum and venture northwest to Claremont in our continuing housing series. Also, don’t forget online registration ends in three hours! A few blocks northwest of the hustle and bustle of midtown Columbia is a calm oasis for the students who call it home. Cozy and […]

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Saturday Room Hopping – A Tree Grows in Claremont

Bwog announces the return of Thursday Room Hopping — now on a new day! Jessica’s room in Claremont is probably the best place on campus to sit pretzel-style on the ground with some milk and cookies for a read-aloud. The artistic senior spent the week of down-time before school began bringing the outdoors inside of […]

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