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Found: Inorganic Chemistry Notebook

We found a desolate, nameless Inorganic Chemistry notebook in 340 Havemeyer today, apparently abandoned by its owner in a fit of rage and/or self-disgust. We know midterms and finals are killing you, but don’t take it out on your notebook! Pick it up by emailing us at tips@bwog.com, and we will probably get back to you. As […]

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Found: Ving Card

I found a Ving card in front of the Broadway side of Lerner at around 4pm today. I’m not going to give it to Hartley Hospitality because I reckon they’ll charge $50 anyways. Contact me via email for pickup: yh2568@columbia.edu

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Lost: Backpack at JJ’s

I lost a black bag pack at JJ’s on 5/4 around 5:00pm. It has an Everest logo on the front. Please call 609-651-3145 if found.

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Lost: Sunglasses

Lost Maui Jim sunglasses at Bacchanal. They are aviators with a brown frame. Also lost one Tory Burch flip flop (all black with tory burch design on front). Reward will be given if either of these are found (a big one). Please email lostleatherjacket12@gmail.com if found. I would really really appreciate it!

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Found: Kindle

Found: a touch screen kindle abandoned on a bookshelf in 3M04 Butler (alcove with the Marxist books), left it at the circulation desk.

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Lost: Black Wallet

Lost black wallet with golden zip. Has ‘love’ in golden on one side and some cards inside. Somewhere near Amsterdam and 121. Please call/text if you find it: 6467550106. -Ipsita  

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Found: Bracelet

I found a thick gold chain bracelet on the floor (somewhere between John Jay and Butler). If someone knows who it could belong to, please e-mail me at pl2447@columbia.edu. Thanks!

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Found: Black Gloves

Found women’s black gloves with bow outside of St. John’s, letters RLL in the corner. Email me w/ color of bow to pick up! ajt2143@columbia.edu.

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Lost: Pink Nike Women’s Sneaker

I lost a pink Nike Women’s running shoe this morning. Size 7.5. Probably lost in Barnard tunnels, Dodge Hall (music library), or on Columbia’s campus. If found, please email amw2187@barnard.edu.

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Lost: Purple Wallet

I think I lost this purple leather wallet outside of the subway. If it has citibank and suntrust credit cards, please email me at mo2457@columbia.edu

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Lost: Green Wallet

I lost a green wallet last night (probably at 1020, sigh). It should have my school ID (Luis Abrego). If anyone found it last night please email, lsa2117@columbia.edu.

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Lost: Scarf

I lost a dark gray circle scarf on Saturday, February 8 at Dodge Gym around 5 pm. It has a small tag on the inside that says “Souchi.” If found, please email sgp2127@columbia.edu. Thanks!

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Lost: Recorder

Recorder has 4 folders named A, B,C,D on the menu, but only A and B have recordings on it. If found in Schermerhorn or SIPA, please return to madelineoppenheim@gmail.com

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Found: Wallet and Leather Holder

Today, Sunday, February 2 at 12:40 PM I found a wallet and a small leather holder at the entrance of Butler. I gave them to the officer at the Butler front desk.

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