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We know it’s a little late in the game to answer questions about how to survive finals week, but Bwog still loves dispensing advice. Ask Bwog is back to help you figure out how to deal with burnout, bad grades, and caffeination. What should I do if I have a headache because of too much […]

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In our ongoing attempt to be your best friend/gossip magazine, we bring you the latest installment in People Who Tip Bwog For Relationship Advice. Tonight, the ever-pesky problem that is “emotions.” Dear Bwog, Do you consider emotionally cheating a real thing? If you are in a relationship, and you have some kind of ongoing emotional […]

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Because Bwog is totally not feeding the trolls your Seventeen Magazine, we’ve decided to field any and all pleas for help sent in to our anonymous tip form or tips@bwog.com. If you or “a friend” have anything to ask Momma Bwog about, send it in and we’ll offer shady advice the best we’ve got. Up today: dildo […]

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Once again, Bwog’s here to give you our world-renown relationship advice. Your friendly neighborhood Alexandra Svokos tackles this one. If you need advice, email tips@bwog.com or use our anonymous tip form, as this tipster did. Hey Bwog, I need some help over here. I think I have feelings for my best friend. I’m actually really […]

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This past week Bwog received an email from a fellow student in need of a little guidance: Can you write about CPS and mandatory leaves of absence? I’m nervous that if I talk to them about depression related issues, I will have to leave school. Bwog cares immensely about student wellness and mental health on campus, which […]

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Last week, Bwog received this disheartening email with the subject line reading “help bwog :(.”  In the spirit of kindness and we’ve-all-been-there-ness, Aspiring Advisor Kyra Bloom tried her hand at some sage words. Chip in (nicely, please!) in the comments with your own thoughts. The plea: Help, Bwog. I’m a sophomore, and last year I […]

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All Bwog really ever wanted to be when it grew up was an advice columnist. And we give great relationship advice in response to our definitely not trolling cries for help. Thus, today we’re dealing with the age old question: should you break up with your high school boyfriend? If you or a “so I have this friend” […]

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When would Bwog ever turn down a chance to give sex advice? In case you, too, have any burning questions or kind of clever jokes, tip it in. And now, an actual anonymous tip we received: Can you do a post about sexistentialism? Is that related to the kama sartre? Dear Sexistentialist, Did you get […]

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In case you haven’t heard, Bwog is great at giving relationship advice in response to our totally sincere tips begging for help. Bwog has set out to answer this tipster’s dilemma regarding keeping sex sexy (and not in the NSOP way), because they’re definitely not trolls. If you or a “so I have this friend” […]

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Bwog’s been receiving a lot of tips asking for relationship advice, so we’ve put on our red Jeanne Phillips suit to tackle this doozy tonight: Today was the first day of classes, and with new classes comes seven flights of Hamilton stairs. And new hot men. I entered the lecture hall, and there, like a […]

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Once again, Bwog is tackling the mountain of gossipy (possibly trolling) emails that has accumulated in our inbox. If you’re having relationship struggles, school struggles, or general life struggles, send them to tips@bwog.com for some sassy, maybe useful advice. Dear Bwog, My boyfriend and I have been in a relationship for 2 years now, and […]

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Given the influx of anonymous tips in Bwog’s inbox requesting relationship advice, we figure either we’ve become Columbia’s Seventeen mag or we’re being trolled.  Regardless, we’re answering ’em so send ’em in to tips@bwog.com or use the anonymous tip form. Dear Bwog, I know this really isn’t the venue for this sort of solicitation, but […]

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This evening, Bwog received a tip that is unusual both for its length (long) and its topic (love). In it, Robert (not his real name) goes to 1020, meets two girls named Kristine and Kristine (not their real names) and falls in love with one of them. Upon her leaving, he asks her to meet […]

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After a hiatus both shorter and less devastating than that of Community, Dear Bwog is back. If you have any conundra Columbiana that you want us to take a smack at, email them in to tips@bwog.com. Dear Bwog, I just ran into my TA, stark naked, leaving the Dodge showers. I still had my towel on. […]

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