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And there was much rejoicing in frats and sororities across America: anonymous gossip forum JuicyCampus has gone out of business. JuicyCampus is best (and only) remembered on Columbia’s campus for briefly surging in popularity after former CCSC president Michelle Diamond explored banning the site. When opposed on the grounds that this was “a university, not […]

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Gothamist is reporting that CCSC has just voted 25-12 in favor of banning Juicy Campus. The New York Post picked up the story too, and naturally sat down to speak with Matt Sanchez about the issue. “‘It’s like taking graffiti from a bathroom wall and showing it to the world,’ he said.” And CCSC—despite the […]

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Several readers have tipped Bwog off that the cover story for this week’s New York Times Magazine discusses transgender students, and centers specifically around Rey, a transgender student who enrolled at Barnard last year. The article takes a look at the treatment of transgender students at different universities–for instance, Wesleyan uses gender-neutral pronouns like “ze” […]

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