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You know it’s an interesting SGA meeting when Deborah Spar says, “This is the point in the conversation where I usually have to turn to my lawyer.” Not to worry, though, Barnard’s favorite celebrity is legally in the clear. Her lawyer comment came in response to a question about the line between students and the […]

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There was the Gulati Photoshop contest, and then there was the DSpar contest. We’re just tickled to announce that Brad Koberg and Emily Clagett are the proud new owners of a Bwog shot glass! We think you’ll agree that their entry, “Daenarys Spargaryen: Mother of Dragons,” shows just how powerful DSpar really is.

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Bwog continues asking the important questions. Brawny Barnard Bear Maud Rozee thinks about how sweet it would be if the new Barnard library were a skyscraper. Recently, DSpar declared that Barnard would be building a new library. Where will the money come from? Nobody knows, but nobody’s going to question it. Sure, Barnard’s current library […]

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