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Next in our East Campus Archetype series: didn’t anyone tell this arts student that this is where the serious students hang out? The struggle of not knowing how to tell out-of-place creative types to take their poetry someplace else, presented by Betsy Ladyzhets. You’re heading to the Law Library when you spot her. She’s lying […]

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The next edition of our East Campus Archetype series is a peculiar sight, all too familiar to Barnard students. Senior staffer Maddie Stearn presents the frustrating scene of a Barnard student attempting to enter the Heyman Center. You’ve just left your first class and are meandering back to your cosy abode to take a mid-morning nap. Taking your […]

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Continuing our East Campus Archetype series, staffer Finn Klauber brings you a peek at one of the most dreaded figures that hangs around EC: the party-seeking first-year. It’s a nice night out. Friday has been a tough day for you, between several sprints to turn in late problem sets and sending out a few job […]

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Remember our College Walk archetypes? This time, Bwog tackles East Campus—a dream within a nightmare within a dream, the buildings that dominate your daytime musings and inform your party-seeking behavior/senior entitlement complex. In this edition, an unrepentant Sarah Dahl delves into the mind of the imminently mockable EC smoker.  There’s no better place to light up a […]

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