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Library Review: C.V. Starr East Asian Library

Still haven’t found your study spot for this semester? Bwog’s here to help you find a spot that makes studying just a little bit more bearable. Bwog Newbie Jack Treanor reviews the C.V. Starr East Asian Library. Location: 300 Kent Hall, Entrance Level Accessible Library Hours: Monday-Thursday, 9 am to 11 pm. Friday, 9 am to 7 pm. […]

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Library Reviews: Geology Library

Continuing with our series on underutilized but fully available Columbia libraries, Bwog next spotlights a library tucked away in Schermerhorn—the Geology Library. Though often eclipsed by the artsy and sophisticated Avery Library, the Geology Library proffers a legitimate substitution to the soul sucking lower bowels of Butler and the superficiality of Avery. Location: 601 Schermerhorn. Accessible library. Hours: Monday-Thursday, 9 […]

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Barnard Orders a Venti Library, With Soy

At tonight’s SGA meeting, DSpar announced plans for a new library at Barnard. Providing the funding comes in, Lehman Library will be demolished and a new, 11-story library will be put in its place.  This comes as a follow-up to her presentation at Rep Council last semester in which she announced that the Board of […]

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