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At this very moment on the Low Steps, the Veritas Forum is doling out chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin cookies! Except first you have to respond  to this query: “What Are Life’s Hardest Questions?” Get your cookie fix til 4pm, but remember, the mind can never be sated… Enticement via Wikimedia

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The following [insert noun here] was spotted recently on Watt 6. Balloon? Tim Burton’s platonic ideal of a child? A friendly face? Casper off of the Atkins wagon? Seriously—your guess is as good as ours. (Caveat: ours aren’t really that good…)

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SGA Town Hall on Diversity

Last night, the Barnard Student Government Association’s first Town Hall of the semester asked some pretty lofty questions—what does diversity mean? What can diversity mean? What should diversity mean? Bwog’s very own Katheryn Thayer reports back with some answers. Minori Takahashi, the Representative on Diversity, welcomed the program’s participants with a short speech urging us all to embrace our […]

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