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Just in time for the last week, Bwog is putting out another challenge to you all you photoshop-skilled procrastinators out there because of the amazing products of the Gulati photoshop contest. This time, DSpar is getting the photoshop treatment. We have chosen a professional, versatile, and still slightly intimidating photograph of Barnard’s great president. Bonus […]

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This morning, a small crowd came out to observe the unveiling of the Diana Center’s new mural, the brainchild of SGA arts and culture representative Adrienne Nel, BC ’16, in order to bring more public art to campus. Attendees included Debora Spar (although Bwog cannot confirm any of her dance/zumba moves) and the Columbia Clefhangers, […]

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