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Turnovers crush Columbia’s hopes of beating the Big Green, leading to a 76-63 loss. 

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To answer the question on all of your minds—yes, there are ducks you can see in the winter time.

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It’s the first week of school, and you’re looking for “extracurriculars.” Well, do you like breaking news? Funny pictures on the Internet? Enlightening your peers? Be a Bwog Daily Editor! A Daily Editor is essentially in charge of Bwog for a day: curating morning headlines, coordinating posts, editing features, running around on a constant quest […]

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Tipster Sara Cervantes sent in this adorable photograph answering Holden Caufield’s eternal question– where do the Central Park ducks go when their lagoon freezes over? Photo by Sara Cervantes

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