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These past two weekends were admitted students days for prospective first-years at Barnard, and squealing youths took over our campus with their parents in tow. However, our favorite part about Barnard visitors are the confused dads that really have no idea what’s going on and fear their daughter will be a lesbian after going to […]

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FIRST: From 6 to 8 pm tonight, the Columbia University Film Production crew is throwing a Meet & Greet in the Carman Lounge.  Not only will there be meeting and greeting, but also Bwog’s fav activity: trivia!  There will also, as with every other event, be pizza. SECOND: Tonight at 9:30 pm, the West Campus […]

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Tonight at 7 pm in the Carman Lounge Dean Shollenberger and Dean Martinez are cozying up with a second Community Conversation about the new 113th street brownstone. This former convent is being converted into a Special Interest Community resident hall (comparable to Wallach). The deans are contemplating some concepts about what interest it will concern and […]

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