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One of the best ways Bwog gauges campus impressions of our content is by reading our comments from lovely viewers like you. And we read everything—from angry slurs, to defensive anecdotes, to half-assed praise. Here are a few of our favorites from this semester.    Most Underrepresented:   Best Mathematical Calculations:   Most Helpful:   Most […]

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Don’t worry, loyal base of commenters and trolls alike, your recognition during the new year and semester wasn’t limited to our birthday post. We are forever grateful to the aesthetic you add to the Bwog experience (re: our attempt at flyering this semester) and are here to present you with some of the best comments your […]

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Here at Bwog, we’re bringing back a long-lost fan favorite: comment awards! Here we recognize our loyal commenter base for providing us and the Columbia community as a whole with endless humor, food for thought, and even suggestions for controlling our freshmen. If you made the cut, congratulations!  Staff Appreciation Award: We are also Anna […]

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We’re bringing back a short-lived tradition from last semester, our comment awards, because you are all special snowflakes who deserve recognition. Most Jaded Accurate: The Sherlock Holmes Award for Exceptional Sleuthing:  Most Unimpressed:  Most Surprisingly Helpful:  

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