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Reminder: Daily Editor And Staff Writer Applications Are Due Tonight!

Applications are due at 11:59 pm tonight for Daily Editor and Staff Writer positions. Send your apps as PDFs to editors@bwog.com and please title them “*First Name* App.” Email editors@bwog.com with any questions. Daily Editors are the backbone of Bwog. They’re the green to our grapes, the Literature to our Humanities, the Cheryl to our Milstein. As a […]

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Become A Daily Editor And Keep Bwog’s Wheels Turning

If you stopped by Bwog’s table at the Activities Fair today, you might have heard Zack Abrams, our Social Media Editor, say, “You know those bikes where, like, six people are pedaling together in a circle? Bwog is like that.” If Bwog is, in fact, a conference bike, then Daily Editors are the wheels that […]

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Rush Bwog And Become A Daily Editor

Daily Editors are the backbone of Bwog. They assemble our Bwoglines, they write our tags, they keep our site running when the rest of our staff is slacking. Without Dailies, we would be merely a group of forty students crammed around a table in Lerner, shouting dumb pitches at each other. And this semester, we need new people […]

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Join Bwog If You Like To Have A Good Time

Good, bad, weird, The New York– we all have our preferred times, and which ever one is yours says something about you. While usually we’d go through each one and provide an analysis based on your favorite kind of time, we’re going to cut right to it: good times = free friends, food, fun = Sundays […]

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Become A Daily And Take Over Bwog From The Inside

You may (or may not) remember that we released the application to become one of our Daily Editors last weekend. We’re seeking seven for the coming semester, one for each day of the week. If you considered applying, maybe copied the app into a Word document then let it fester for a few days, now is […]

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#RushBwog And Apply To Be A Daily Editor

We hope you all had a great and sweaty time at the Activities Fair yesterday–we got ice pops from some Christians, which was nice! If you came by our table, you may have heard us talk about the Daily Editor position, which is one of the multiple ways to get involved with Bwog as a […]

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#RushBwog And Become A Daily Editor

The beginning of the school year can feel a bit overwhelming as you decide what clubs you want to join or how you want to get involved in the Columbia community. At Bwog, we offer multiple ways to get involved with our site as a first-year, including being a Daily. Dailies (or Daily Editors) are responsible […]

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Tired of Studying? Take a Break and Join Bwog!

Bwog literally runs on the human spirit. If you have lots of human spirit that you’d like to earmark for Bwog’s consumption, you should be a Daily Editor. Dailies get to ask people probing questions, get into events for free, have their words on the Internet, and consume lots of Westside cookies at meetings!* If […]

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