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CC Open Houses Open For Business

As CC major declaration looms approaches, a number of departments are hosting open houses for students to meet and discuss their prospective major(s).  While you might have missed Drama & Theatre Arts on Monday (whoops), check out the schedule of all the other open houses.  Go to find out more about your major and harass […]

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SEAS Major Declaration starts today!

Are you going to be studying electrical, chemical, industrial engineering? Or maybe applied math or physics? Well, if you’re a member of the SEAS class of 2015, you better make up your mind, because major declaration starts today. From October 16-19, members of the SEAS class of 2015 have to declare what major they will […]

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SEAS ’14 Declaration Begins Tomorrow

Hark, third semester SEASlings, start pondering your major, because declaration starts tomorrow. Becoming a real college student is only a few clicks away! Remember, switching is possible, so don’t feel too pigeonholed. There’s always that mythic liberal arts education to fall back on.

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Major Decisions

Hey there, CC 2013, how’s it going? That’s good, glad to hear it. Do you know what your major is? Because major declaration is today, that’s why. Really, major declaration is today. Deep breaths, all you have to do is pick a major. Just open up the course bulletin to a random page and see […]

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Sophomore Scream Rather Shrill

This evening, an enthusiastic crowd of CC sophomores gathered on Low Plaza to announce to the world who they are. CC 2012 lollygagged around, sipping hot chocolate and hacking away at funnel cake like it was the Biloxi County Fair all over again. One girl asked another girl whether she had declared her major yet. […]

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Free Food: Stress-Free Majors and Clean Needles!

Tonight’s free food opportunities might fit best under the “Lemons/Lemonade” heading. First, the Student Global AIDS Campaign is hosting a dinner and discussion on “Drug Use and HIV/AIDS: the History of Needle Exchange in New York City,” led by Allan Clear, executive director of the Harm Reduction Coalition.  Stop by Earl Hall from 8:00pm-9:00pm for […]

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Start Panicking… Now!

For the ones amongst us that are not inclined to live and learn at the same time, the most socially stressful and awkward process of the year officially begins today: the Room Selection process. Housing just sent out an email alerting students that Room Selection Registration starts today at 5 pm and continues until March […]

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Making Big Decisions

It’s that time of year: yesterday, sophomore inboxes across campus received a particularly terrifying email, one that intimated that they are expected to  bungle a catastrophically important decision declare their majors between March 1st and 4th. Thankfully, that’s not for a while, leaving an understandably flustered group–oh, wait, sorry, IT’S IN TWO WEEKS. Departments will […]

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Major Declaration Has Begun

Ah, the time when all Columbia College sophomores are simultaneously forced to commit to a course of study they can easily change later. The time when the overachievers realize the system won’t let them register for an Astrophysics-Philosophy-Urban Studies triple major, and the underachievers ponder the easy-to-coast-through major (Poli Sci? English? Art History?) that best […]

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Every Publication Is Full Of Fluff Articles Today, So Cut Us Some Slack

Today is Valentine’s Day, and time to declare your love, and, if you are a CC Sophomore, your major. Whether you want love, a major, or neither, Bwog can help you by giving you a guide to read and criticize. Love For many people, and even some at Columbia, this is a beautiful day for […]

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