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Getting Your Grammar On: Class Years

Bwogger Danielle Mikaelian has a grammatical bone to pick.

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Grammar Police, Demobilize

Remember when the grammar police rained on the Philolexian Society’s parade (er, posters)? The Philos strike back:  

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Lifting and Separating (Clauses)

Check out this amazing poster found at Barnard! Advertising the Barnard Writing Program’s Student Grammar Workshops, it makes a comparison between commas and bras. It’s funny.  

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Grammar Police, Assemble! (Updated With Response)

As Bwog knows all too well, there’s nothing a Columbia student hates more than bad grammar. This Bwogger figures a kitten must die with every its vs. it’s error (I mean, why else would these lil’ mistakes always get everyone’s panties in a twist?). In response to the Philolexian Society’s recent grammatical gaffe, one Columbian […]

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