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Just because it’s a pandemic, doesn’t mean we’re not getting it on. Whether it’s with yourself or with your quarantine buddy, we’re posting this playlist to support you and yours getting freaky – I mean, we’re already washing our hands anyways?

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When you can’t have any terrible NSOP crushes, it’s time to get creative with a new form of a mystery lover.

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During your time at Columbia, you’ll probably have the opportunity to read some of those pinnacle works of western literature: Homer, Euripides, Morrison, Woolf, and…Columbia Crushes. Indeed, the page seems to possess an ever-popular presence on campus that we thought called for a deeper look into the Facebook page. We put Bwoggers Jenny Zhu and […]

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As our years at Columbia trickle slowly by, each year we are greeted by an ever-younger cohort in 1020, at the frathouses, and in our classes. How do you know that the cutie from Intro to Psych is legally of an age where you can get it on? Bwog Staff Writer Gabrielle Kloppers investigates. Flirting […]

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Love Still Exists

Because there’s no location more romantic than the Low Steps at 4 pm on a November afternoon, an amorous young couple just got engaged there! With, of course, the help of Columbia’s most romantic a cappella group The Kingsmen. Bwog got a little too excited about this and assembled a team of videographers to document the […]

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Ah, Valentine’s day. Whether you take today as an opportunity to make your lover a locally-grown feast, or as a time to gorge yourself on chocolate, the Columbia Greenmarket is there for you! Take a break from loving/ crying/ pretending-not-to-care/ actually-not-caring and come support your community! As always, the greenmarket is open year-round on Sundays […]

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Go on a Benjamin-Button-style trip through relationships, from lifelong soulmates to first loves. (Slate) Still looking for love on Valentine’s Day? Definitely check out Bwog personals! And if you’re willing to venture beyond Morningside Heights for romance, take a look at this breakdown of NYC’s love life by zip code. (NY Mag) Fed up with Valentine’s […]

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All of Morningside Heights seems to be in love this week. Check out the boringest of the neighborhood’s Valentine’s Day-themed decor.

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Are you a lazy lover? Minimum effort produces maximum results with these great Morningside Heights finds. You can even pay with Flex! Katheryn Thayer keeps you in the know! For the Cuddly Breakfast in bed! Bonus points if you serve with John Jay trays. For the Alcoholic Check out these cute love-themed ice cube trays […]

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Love is in the air, and it’s making Bwog feel all warm and fuzzy. Cuddle up with a loved one (or just a pillow, we know times are tough), and enjoy the ‘toons! Cartoons by Jody Zellman

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Professor Dinah PoKempner Uses Racist Slur Over Zoom
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Professor Dinah PoKempner Uses Racist Slur Over Zoom
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Professor Dinah PoKempner Uses Racist Slur Over Zoom
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