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Nothing worse than being ghosted–uh, unless it’s by your professor. Finals week is a stressful time, and once again, Bwog in Bed’s got you covered with a lovely mess of note-worthy news, cleanly study and procrastination tips, and some dank music. Bwogline: Our favorite drug-maker douchebag, Martin Shkreli, finally got arrested, but for securities and […]

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AskBwog: Spark@CU

We’ve been receiving several tips over the last week or two about a possible “Columbia/Barnard Tinder” site, Spark@CU, so we decided to investigate. Some of you may have received emails from Spark@CU similar to those sent out by DateMySchool last year, such as this one: Subject line: Spark@CU Hey there! We have exciting news for you. […]

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Never fear, Columbians. Dear Bwog has returned once again to help you solve your collegiate quandaries. This week, our favorite “heterosexual male Suzy May” tackles one of the tougher issues of college dating—what to do when the one you “love” is fading you out. Dear Bwog, After what I thought were three successful dates, this guy […]

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Dear Bwog is back! This time around, the mysteries of weblog wisdom are incarnate in our self-described “decent heterosexual male Suzy May.” He’s fresh out of the awkward breaking-up-with-someone-near-Valentines-Day dilemma, falling for a girlfriend’s roommate, and dealing with everything from a ‘devil’s threesome’ offer to college ACB namedrops. Below, he dispenses words of wisdom on […]

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Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Columbia University Print Services is offering students discounts on the perfect gift: business cards! Apparently it’s the thing to do “in this economy” – see press release below: Columbia University Print Services Introduces Reduced Pricing for Student Business Cards New York (February 1, 2011) – Columbia University Print Services […]

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On this chilly Saturday morning, Bwog’s Saturday Morning Cartoons offers you insight into love at Columbia. Cartoons by Abigail Santner

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Columbia should be post-gender…We shouldn’t just have to live with people of the same sex, they were assigned to that at birth. Columbia should be a safe-haven for all minority groups…After this, the Republicans will demand their own lounge on campus. Columbians, you better read up on your Gay History if you want to fight […]

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A few tipsters report that Morton Williams has special floral baskets for single supermarket shoppers.  Perhaps the idea is that you’ll spot each other while choosing between fruits…”Do these melons look juicy?”…and leave together, or something. This development comes with lots of high- and middle-brow buzz about Laura Sessions Stepp’s new book, Unhooked: How Young […]

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Missed Connections

Winter Break came to a crashing close today, but for some over the holiday weekend, waiting for human contact proved unbearable. In the spirit of helping these forgotten few find love, Bwog presents some of the lost souls from around our neighborhood who turned longingly to Craigslist in the twilight of their freedom… I. SM seeks […]

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Along with many high hopes freshmen carry to their first weeks of college, one of the most promising seems to be the possibility of a new love life. Nonsense, you say—I was canoodling quite successfully in 5th grade! This is silly. Freshmen don’t know how to do anything, much less mate. Fortunately, one of our […]

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