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Gearing up for one of the most notable sports games of the year has never been easier than with this guide. Welcome Super Bowl LVIII by making sure you score a touchdown on all the important facts, laughs, and figures to win big come Sunday.

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Columbia offers a free shuttle service to ID-holders and affiliates, providing transportation through Morningside Heights, Harlem, Washington Heights, Fort Lee, and the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. 

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Organizing your schedule, core and major requirements, GPA, credits, and the classes you want to take has now been made ridiculously easy!

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What’s better than writing about how much you love Columbia for your admissions essay? Actually being at Columbia, and living that love. It’s Days on Campus (again) this weekend, and Bwog has all the tips and tricks for both the already committed and the still-deciding prospies alike. (And if this guide doesn’t convince the latter, […]

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CU, Abbrevs.

Pay attention, freshpeople! Soon you’ll be thrust into a world where it seems like everyone speaks in TLA’s. Have no fear though—Bwog’s always posted this little guide to Columbia acronyms and initialisms, and we’ve updated the list for this year. The shrewd freshperson will write these on flashcards and memorize them all before arriving on […]

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Happy Tuesday! Today, we’ve given you first-year’s first impression of the Iliad, and some relevant campus history. Some of the best advice, though, is the simplest: how to actually get around this new place you call home. Despite campus’ relatively small size, it has its own host of frustrating and illogical geography that our trusty […]

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In CC taking UW in IAB after NSOP and COBOP? NP! Alright freshpeople, we know you’ve just been thrust into a world where 3/4 of the rest of the population seems to speak in just letters. Here’s a quick little guide to campus acronyms and initialisms we’ve put together to help you out: The Schools […]

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You’ll never know who she is, but you’ll read her anyway. Send questions, propositions, and fan mail to bwogsex@gmail.com. Welcome to the Belle Jar. I dedicate this Valentines Day to Lisa Nowak.  Some people can go the distance for love. Walking across campus last night, I counted eight guys and girls carrying flowers to their […]

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Bwog music critic Bryan Mochizuki explains the world of mixtapes, the reasons to buy them, and how to choose them well. You used to be able to walk up to 125th any time of day and there’d be half-a-dozen guys camped out between 7th and Lenox selling mixtapes – five bucks a pop, four for […]

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