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Although our regular meetings on Sundays at 9 pm in Lerner 515 are always open, tonight is your last chance to apply to be Arts Editor, a Daily Editor, or a Staff Writer. Applications for all open positions are due tonight at 11:59 pm.  Applications should be sent to editor@bwog.com in the form of a Google doc or […]

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Dear Columbia — to our fans, part-time fans, naysayers, haters, and our primarily unruffled, ambivalent readership — we’ve had a strong semester. I say “strong” because it was not quite a good semester but a powerful one, passionate and encouraging. If sometimes too apologetic, you can’t negate our — Bwog’s — interest in the activity we’ve seen […]

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Bwog Wants You!

The few, the brave, the snarky: day-to-day operation at Bwog is orchestrated by a small group of daily editors (dailies), who are responsible for writing Bwoglines and ensuring that the posts scheduled on their day of the week make it on to the site on schedule. Essentially, our dailies are the reason Bwog runs on […]

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Bwog is looking for some bright-eyed youngins to serve as our newest daily editors. Freshpeople, this means you, too! (If you want to get a better idea of what Bwog is before you throw your hipster beanie into the ring, stop by our first meeting of the year this Sunday, September 2. It will be […]

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Dear Friends: Please join the staff of The Blue and White and the Bwog at our meeting tonight, happening at 9:30 PM in the basement of St. Paul’s Chapel. First-years and new writers/artists/editors are especially welcome and encouraged to attend. We’ll be planning our upcoming October issue and mapping out content for the magazine and […]

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Dear Friends: Please join the staff of The Blue and White and the Bwog at our meeting tonight, happening at 9:30 PM in the basement of St. Paul’s Chapel. First-years and new writers/artists/editors are especially welcome and encouraged to attend. We’ll be planning our upcoming October issue and mapping out content for the magazine and […]

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You will be missed, Dean Valentini. (read more)
Dean Valentini To Step Down As Dean In June 2022
September 23, 2021
as a book culture cashier, <3 <3 <3 ;) (read more)
A Poem For The Cashiers At Book Culture
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This is presumably related to Deantini's stiff resistance, documented by Bwog, to Prezbo's suggestion that untenured faculty should be pressured (read more)
Dean Valentini To Step Down As Dean In June 2022
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Actually, entering first-years are the last to register--so you were ahead of about 1500 students in Columbia College alone--just sayin'. (read more)
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September 23, 2021

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