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Bwog Video, aka B-Roll Productions, is at it again, and this time they’re delving into the colourful world of reality television.  If you like to spend your free time photoshopping Channing Tatum into photos of the Catalogue Room, email us at video@bwog.com

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Online publication (8, NYC) seeks Columbia sports fan to conduct interviews with players, explain sports terminology to us, revamp our sports coverage, and to cuddle on cold nights. Us: Snarky and unable to do much at Homecoming other than get really drunk and disappointed. Favorite things are worshipping PrezBo’s hair, complaining about PrezBo’s policies, and free […]

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