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“The Forty Part Motet” Inspires Feels

You know how we have all of these great resources available in New York City like free museums/fantastic art in general? Well, “The Forty Part Motet,” a sound installation at The Cloisters is one of these things. And it’s ending tomorrow. Senior Staff Writer Alexander Pines has Feelings about this and tells you why you […]

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On Barnard, Vaginas, and the People There That Have Them

Every so often, Bwog receives something unusual in our tips@bwog.com inbox.  Tonight we received this gem, from email address “BCBwogAnon” with this post’s title as subject line, and wanted to share it with you in full: “-Barnard’s quad is practically bursting at the seams with unreleased sexual excitement.  Myself, and most other Barnard students, are […]

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Bwoglines: Rise and Fall Edition

Columbia ROTC members end ban on campus military activities and perform a flag-raising ceremony in honor of Veterans Day. (Spec) SoHo hipsters artists blamed for NYC real estate slowdown. (NYT) Japanese robot actress Geminoid-F takes to the stage. We couldn’t make this up if we tried, folks. (Gawker) Middle school boys have feelings, too. (The […]

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Town Hall on Barnard Greek Life: It’s Complicated!

Barnard’s administration held a “town hall” meeting of the strong and the beautiful last night to discuss recognition of sororities. Bwog was there. Barnard’s Town Hall meeting on Greek Life recognition and funding drew ten full tables worth of of letter-sporting sorority girls from Barnard and Columbia, SGA members, and a sprinkling of administrators and […]

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