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Before you head to class (or if you’re already in your 8:40– yikes!), check out our improved Bwoglines. Get a taste of what’s happening somewhere else, right here in NYC, and right-right here on campus.  Happening in the world: President Obama cut short Chelsea Manning’s sentence with 3 days left in his presidency. Manning, a […]

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Well, folks, this is it. The last meeting of the semester. Someone bring the Kleenex. But it’s not all bad news. This means Winter Break, and going home for the holidays, and time spent with friends and family! We’ll miss you all, but Bwog will still be here when you return. Be sure to come to Lerner […]

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When the Columbia social scene gets tough, look to the escape tactics of these found first-years: retreat to glass-filled local establishments so that people know you’re out, but that you’re above whatever is happening in Mel’s. And make sure you bring snacks! But more about Mel’s below, and we want to hear more about your […]

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Bwog Gets Resolved

HAPPY NEW YEAR!! We asked our staff to take a minute to put down their drinks, detach the strangers from their faces, and get serious about 2014. Behold, our New Year’s Resolutions that we’re definitely going to keep for more than two weeks! Definitely! Being a Real Person I’ll get more sleep… well at least […]

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