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We all know Columbia’s system is a mess. We all know COVID-19 has thrown some major wrenches into everyday life. So why are we still registering for classes in April?

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Events Editor Isabel Sepúlveda has been filling out her own financial aid forms for a while now. In honor of the FAFSA and CSS Profile opening for business at the beginning of October, she’s shared some of her thoughts about this ridiculous process. The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) for the 2019-2020 school year […]

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Events Editor and lapsed black belt Isabel Sepúlveda still has not picked back up her favorite martial art. As such, she has to channel all her rage into something and she’s decided that’s going to be internet call-out posts. Bwog’s bread and butter is archetypes: throughout our storied history, we’ve taken you on a whirlwind […]

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