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Dear Bwog, At what point does my procrastination become a real problem? Yours, Buzzfeeding in Butler Dear Buzzfeeding in Butler, Now, we’ve all been known to take a sip of procrastination here and there. Sometimes you just need a little to decompress after a long day or give your head a break. In fact, in […]

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Columbia Dining has opened their Customer Satisfaction Survey for the year – now’s your chance to say everything you’ve been holding back (bad and good!) about the dining locations across campus.  The survey is running from now until this Friday and can be found here for students, faculty, and staff.  For each completed survey, Dining […]

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Earlier this month, aspiring Columbia app-makers competed in DevFest. One of the featured teams was Mason Silber, Sidharth Shanker, and Zach Reitano, who created ParkAlly. ParkAlly is now entered in NYC’s BigApps competition, which relies on public voting. They are currently less than 10 votes away from first place, so let’s throw them a little […]

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