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For sophomores wanting to stay on southfield and in a single, Furnald is the one for you. For incoming freshmen who want AC, probably a single, a kitchen, and dark academia vibes, Furnald awaits.

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Welcome to Furnald! Quiet yet quaint, Furnald is mostly filled with first-years who think business shouldn’t be mixed with pleasure. However, if you’re a sophomore trying to finesse a single, this might be a great option for you…

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In early December, Bwog received a tip, included at the end of the post, that complained of a lack of hot water in Carman’s renovated floors since the beginning of the year. After receiving notification of this concern, Bwog investigated. Since August 2017, several residents of Carman Hall’s newly renovated floors, floors 9 to 13, […]

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Welcome to Furnald Hall, the hotel of campus! Furnald is quiet and beautiful, like a virgin swan. It’s a great option for first-years and sophomores who like to read in their room. Check it out! Location: 2940 Broadway; inside main campus, between Lerner and Pulitzer Nearby dorms: Carman, John Jay, Hartley, Wallach Stores and restaurants: Morton Williams, Starbucks, […]

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We know you’ve all thought it. Which dorm your current hookup lives in says a lot about his relative sadboy- or fuckboy-ness. Whether he’s a Carman athlete, a Furnald poet, or a Wein loner, the stereotypes hold true more often than not. After all, what’s a stereotype without a little bit of truth? Read on for […]

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Columbia students really aren’t the best with maps. Whether we’re trying to figure out how Barnard works or asking international students for their images of America’s downfall, we’re learning at Bwog that you should probably have a map handy wherever you go instead of trying to remember it yourself. In this edition, we ask CC […]

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Location: 2940 Broadway (115 Street) Nearby dorms: Carman, Schapiro, the LLC, and John Jay Stores and restaurants: Ferris, Morton Williams, Starbucks, M2M, sweetgreen, Vine, Bernheim & Schwartz Cost: $7,928/year for freshmen, $8,166/year for non-freshmen (cheapest tier: same price as Broadway, McBain, Schapiro, and Wien) Amenities: Bathrooms: From the third to tenth floor, there are separate […]

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To further honor the newly accepted class of 2018, Bwog is rolling out reviews of the freshman dorms on campus considering you kiddos need to pick where you want to live soon. Whether you prefer living in the same building as John Jay, or stay true to your love for Carman because it doesn’t get better, we’re sure […]

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Morningside Heights may have spent all summer heaving great sobs of loneliness, but it isn’t about to greet newcomers and returning students with super puffy eyes. On the contrary, it’s been having quite a bit of work done. Send any minutiae we missed to tips@bwog.com.    

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A tipster dispels the myth of no fun in Furnald with this joyful schoolyard memory. But is this truly an innocent playground game–or is it a staging ground for the next Drinking with Bwog?  

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