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Petition To Change Barnard’s Roommate Questionnaire

Once again, Staff Writer Sam Azanza complains about something. This time, it’s about Barnard’s roommate questionnaire. As always, please take their articles with a grain of salt.

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Personals: Jenna And Leo

Love is in the air as Valentine’s Day approaches, and Bwog has two more personals for you. Our final edition features Jenna, a bold Barnard first-year, and Leo, a seasoned senior and (more importantly) Capricorn. Interested? Send us a quick email at tips@bwog.com

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What Your Tote Bag Says About You

Upon arriving to Columbia’s Campus, Bwogger Miyoki Walker noticed something strange. Instead of the North Faces and Fjallraven Kankens she was used to seeing in high school, everyone and their mothers were carrying canvas tote bags. Something else Miyoki noticed? The totes say a lot about the people wearing them. The New Yorker Tote You’re […]

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That is because a white student was the victim. See, if this were a BLM thing or if someone said (read more)
Midnight Breakfast Is Canceled
December 12, 2019
Is there any documentation of students groups pushing to rebrand the park as safe? (read more)
Eighteen-Year-Old Barnard Student Fatally Stabbed In Morningside Park
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Incidents? You mean like the out of control student who refused to show his ID and was rightfully detained by (read more)
Eighteen-Year-Old Barnard Student Fatally Stabbed In Morningside Park
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stop committing violent crime. Then maybe you will get the benefit of the doubt. Until then, shut the fuck up. (read more)
Eighteen-Year-Old Barnard Student Fatally Stabbed In Morningside Park
December 12, 2019

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