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Junior Year Checklist: Already Over It

Everyone forgets about junior year. Freshman year is for #COLLEGE, sophomore year is for slumping, and senior year is for #COLLEGE round two. But what about junior year? Bwog’s got you covered. Here’s everything you need to get done before ohmyGodI’maseniorhow’dthathappenI’msoOLD. Embrace the Ennui Change your sophomore “no fucks given” attitude to the more positively phrased […]

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In Defense Of: 209

In our somewhat-regular feature In Defense Of, we bring much-needed support to the most maligned Columbia (or life) institutions. This week, sometimes studier Alexandra Avvocato puts her books aside to defend that most notorious of reading rooms: Butler 209. As a freshman, I avoided Butler 209 like the plague. According to established wisdom, it was […]

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