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In Defense Of: Breathing In Butler

It’s 2 am on Monday morning, and you’re working on a particularly hopeless 10-page paper. You’ve staked out the perfect seat in Butler Library – optimal lighting, plenty of table space, and far enough away from the bathroom that leaving your seat to pee feels like a break. The room’s silence keeps you in the […]

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NYU’s New Fitness Program

Just in case you needed another reason to hate hipsters.

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We Politely Noted, You Listened

Bwog’s recently published etiquette guide included the suggestion “people getting take out should take utensils, straws, and mints at the beginning” in order to alleviate some of the cluttered mayhem that is the swipe-in line at John Jay. Lo and behold, a day later, the very same mints have been moved outside the line. Coincidence…?

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From the issue- Exercise Your Etiquette

In which we present another teaser from the October Fall Sports issue of The Blue and White, which you can see in full on Sunday.  Exercise Your Etiquette By Amari Hammonds Either Plato is the ultimate fitness motivator, or a huge number of Columbia students realized before CC that a sound body complements a sound […]

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