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It’s no secret that Bwog hearts BarnLib, and we’re super excited about their event in LeFrak tomorrow starting at 6 PM. (aka 24 hours from now!) The BarnLib babes will be whipping up some Millie the Bear-shaped cookies for students to decorate and munch on to brighten up their Monday night. The event will have cookies catering to […]

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Ah, there is nothing we love more than getting free things at Columbia. If you haven’t yet found your Valentine on Tinder, stop by McAC’s Love Fest tonight from 6:30 PM until 8 PM in the James Room on the 4th Floor of Barnard Hall to get a lil love in your life. In addition […]

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In case you missed them during Mental Health Awareness Week, CNS will be giving out the remaining stock of awesome free t-shirts (and if the picture is any indication, some candy too!) this afternoon at the Sundial from 2-4 pm.

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SGA: Pretty In Pink

Bwog’s wisest correspondent Renée Kraiem reports on yesterday’s SGA meeting. If last night is any indication, Rep Council ought to have a pretty fulfilling V-Day; last night’s meeting welcomed a hearty number of visitors to the Diana Café, and even scored some swag in the process. Rep Council’s first guest of the evening was the honorable […]

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Head over to Lerner NOW for the biggest free food event of the year. Expect oodles of sweet treats, dance groups stomping in funky formations, and a MOONBOUNCE! Then get yo drank on at an uber classy “speakeasy” (21+ with 2 IDs). And if you’re in the mood to move, there’s a “bungee challenge” and […]

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