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Bwog In Bed: Singing In The Shower Edition

Bwogline: What are you doing while reading Bwog? Researchers found out that multitasking “produces shallower thinking, reduces creativity, increases errors and lowers our ability to block irrelevant information.” (BBC) Study Tip: Turn off your phone, leave the Columbia buy/sell memes Facebook group. You have just doubled your study time. Music: There is nothing more exciting […]

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PeopleHop: The Admins Of Facebook’s columbia buy sell memes

Former Editor in Chief Rachel Deal sat down with sophomores Christina Hill, Sam Nussenzweig, and Evan de Lara, three of the admins of the the Facebook group columbia buy sell memes, to talk about meme-making, procrastination, and campus culture. This interview has been edited for clarity and brevity. Bwog: How and when did this Facebook group […]

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