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With heat comes fun and forgetting (or trying to forget) school. 

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Unlike these Rocky Mountain wolves, some Barnumbia students have to wait until December 22 to be released.

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And now, here is the host of Jeopardy…

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There is a floating block of ice out there the size of London.

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Learn how to study AND how to procrastinate with today’s Bwog in Bed!

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What is a girl to do on this dreary day? Something involving nesting, tinctures, and totems all at once, of course.

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This week’s agenda included a P/D/F Grading Policy update, dining updates, upcoming Snack Attacks, and more.

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Columbia Dining announces updates to dining during finals week, winter break, and in the new year, including a new dining option in Uris.

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Howdy, y’all! Gather round for another update on what your favorite student councils did this week!

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“Don’t trust everything you read on the Internet, but do trust everything you read on Bwog.” — John Jay

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Bwogline: HQ Trivia and Vine co-founder Colin Kroll, 34, was found dead in his apartment in New York City. The cause of death is assumed to be a drug overdose, although it has not been officially stated as so. Someone please make a vine compilation to celebrate this man. Study Tip: Reach out for help! Don’t be afraid […]

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