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On Tuesday, September 15, Columbia Psychiatry hosted a panel titled “Unequal Care: Mental Health and Black Americans,” the first of a three-panel series in partnership with the School of Journalism titled “Justice and Mental Health:
Did you ever think Bwog was gonna give you money advice? Yeah…neither did we…but here we are! Enjoy the first in a series of Bwog Finance columns, where we advise you on how best to save/spend your $$$. The “best” bank account depends on what you’re looking for. Is the best bank the one that […]
You’ve already read everything on Bwog and you still have an entire problem set to finish. Don’t worry, we’ve got an article from The Columbia Political Review to get your mind off those Finite State Machines, or whatever. Here’s another addition to BwogSalon, our feature where we showcase fine works from other recent campus writings. If you’d […]
Sharp-eared tipsters relayed these juicy conversational fragments: Overheard during the Varsity Show intermission in reference to the orphan fundraiser thing: Guy: You stole from an orphanage?! Transvestite (or so we think): I didn’t know it was an orphanage! I didn’t even know orphans existed! I thought they were one of those made-up things! Overheard before […]