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This afternoon, students from the CC and SEAS Class of 2025 were contacted by the Dean of Undergraduate Student Life and the Associate Dean of Multicultural Affairs in response to anti-Black comments made in a GroupMe chat. 

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Following our release of GroupMe messages from seniors on the Wrestling team last week, the team has sent us a letter apologizing for their actions. Addressed to the Columbia community, the letter acknowledges the hurt that the team’s messages caused and expresses remorse for poorly representing the values of the University. The team willingly sent this […]

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An occasional Bwog feature returns–we’ve put together a list of the winners and losers at Columbia from the past couple of weeks. Registration for the Spring semester – Sure, you may be failing Advanced Programming, but you have a whole semester of possibilities to look forward to! New classes, new you…or something. John Jay’s annual […]

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