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Those Comments Are Pretty Fucked Up (A Found Poem)

Bwog would be nothing without our commenters. You bring us up and you tear us down. You warm our cold, attention-seeking hearts and you catch our typos. You make the cruel, unforgiving life of covering the bad decisions of Columbia students worth living. So, as a tribute to our commenters over the past ten years, […]

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Help Us Rewrite Our Comment Policy

Bwog comments exist for you—the reader. We believe it’s important to provide a place for honest discussion among readers, and we’re firmly committed to upholding that belief. We have our say in the posts; there should be a place for you all to respond to that, and to engage with one another through those responses. […]

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Learn to Love Yourself

Hewitt loves you like a fat kid loves cake and wants you to love cake too. Photo by Lily Keane

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It’s Alive!

Even on the World Wide Web, the customer is always right. And here’s proof:

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Bwoglines: Comments on Global Women’s Jail-Inspired Playgrounds Edition

Gothamist cites Bwog comments. (So you could be famous!) HuffPo defends Women’s Studies at Columbia. The City comes to an agreement to develop Ground Zero. (Times) Columbia opens ‘Global Centers’ in Mumbai and Paris. Debate continues over the Jail-themed playground in Brooklyn. (Times)

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Comment and Profit!

Dear readers,  As we head into Reading Week, we know you’ll need all the procrastination help you can get. Bwog will be there for you with Senior Wisdoms, exam survival features, and a few other stories we hope you’ll enjoy procrastinating with. Because we love you like that. As part of that, to thank you […]

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A little comment reform

In an effort to control the vitriol in the comments section, we’re adding another mechanism to keep an eye on anonymous commenters. From now on, if a comment was posted from a campus computer, you’ll see the icon. We’re hoping this will help cut down on abuse without unnecessarily impinging anyone’s privacy. Naturally, we’re still […]

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Help us revamp comments!

Dear readers, We’ve been thinking a lot in the last few months about comments, which we believe are a large part of Bwog’s function as a public forum. Lately, a particularly bad spate of offensive remarks and ad hominem attacks have diminished the value of that function. At the beginning of the year, we added […]

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Bwog Public Service Announcement: New Comment Policy

Dear readers: In response to user feedback, Bwog has recently added an official Comment Policy as a permanent feature of the site. Comment thread discussions are part of what makes Bwog valuable and entertaining, and we want to make sure the chatter remains civil. We’d love to know your thoughts–feel free to weigh in on […]

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