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One Bold, Barnard Bwogger ventured into The Stacks for the first time in search of a silent study spot. Instead, she met the lifeless, scared-shitless abyss known as The Stacks.

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We know that double life is hard (in more ways than one) but that doesn’t excuse this kind of behavior. Just follow these six simple rules and free us from our torment.

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Staff writer Abi Peters recounts her Carman Horror Story – and no, there’s no mention of an NSOP party.

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Guest Bwogger Danielle Mikaelian brings a more-terrifying-than-usual tale of EC elevators after they were plunged into sudden darkness over the weekend. Because everyone knows, the rules of human decency don’t apply anymore once the lights go out. Sometimes you need to party your worries (and the concept of a GPA) away. If the brownstones on […]

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As I recalled my good memories from the weekend, I looked down at my Long Island Iced Tea and smiled. On Sunday, I celebrated two wins: Columbia Football winning at home and the fact that I can remember. I brought myself back to the memory of standing in the stands at during overtime, screaming with […]

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Science of Psych is a rite of passage for all potential psych majors and so are its psych studies that all students are subjected to. Having to to undergo 9 hours of testing, one is never fully in control of what one is subjected to. You hope that you might be participating in one relating to […]

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I left the package center yesterday with a friend who would ordinarily eat me, but actually turned out to be pretty chill.  Getting a package between classes seems convenient in theory, but always results in being a pain. Why? Because literally everyone else in the Diana thinks that they too can just dash down to the basement […]

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Sometimes you need to go downtown late at night on a weekday. Uber is fcking expensive, and we’re boycotting them now because of Trump ties. Taxis are hard to come by. So you take the train… but tbh, it’s a little spooky. I needed to get downtown to see bae. It was 12:43 am and […]

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Junior Bwog Staffer Timmy Wu couldn’t tell Bwog the difference between Hewitt and Diana, so we knew we had to change that. Timmy’s mission was simple: to eat dinner at the Diana Cafe. It quickly escalated into a horror story.  They say that your first semester at Columbia will be a very steep, exponential learning curve. Indeed, […]

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It’s almost Halloween, but the horror is just getting started! First Year Bwogger Elana Rebitzer is here with another Halloween Horror Story, brought to you by the time she was late to class because she got lost trying to get to the bathroom in Havemeyer. With 25 minutes to go until your Computer Science midterm, […]

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The month might be nearly over, but Bwog isn’t done dishing out campus horror stories! This time, Senior Staff Writer and midterm victim Asya Sagnak expands upon an unexpected experience in Columbia’s favorite prison/library. The clock strikes eleven. That marks your eleventh hour at Butler, desperately trying to save your GPA. You’re desperate, tired, and […]

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