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Bwog’s Barnard Bureau Chief Renée Kraiem visited the Diana Center Event Oval last night. There, Barnard students and administrators gathered over falafel and hummus to cultivate better collaboration between students and administrators. The evening began with an administrative panel on the issue that included Annie Aversa, Dean for Campus and Residential Life, Avis Hinkson, Dean of […]

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As everyone reading this already knows, Bwog adopted some major design changes yesterday, and we’re interested to hear your thoughts. We do genuinely want this website to best serve the Columbia community in our traditional fashion, and a part of that is constructing a website that people want to look at and use. So, please, […]

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Hewitt loves you like a fat kid loves cake and wants you to love cake too. Photo by Lily Keane

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