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In a new email, Columbia College Dean Josef Sorett and Dean of Academic Affairs Lisa Hollibaugh announced that Columbia College and General Studies will introduce minors and phase out concentrations. The change will go into effect in Fall 2024. 

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Welcome back to Science 101, Bwog’s semi-regular advice column geared toward science students! In this edition, Science Editor Sydney Wells explains the different physics majors at Barnumbia.

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In honor of recent Tiktok restriction legislation, here are some types of TikToks which capture the ethos of various Columbia and Barnard majors. Some are pretty broad and some are increasingly specific. All came up on my (an anthropology major’s) for you page, which I think says something about us. Not sure what. 

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This semester, we’re bringing back Science 101, Bwog’s semi-regular advice column geared towards science students! In this edition, Science Editor and Environmental Biology major Sydney Wells explains all the different biological science majors at Barnumbia.

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If the “Euphoria” characters ever make it out of high school, what should they major in? (Possible spoilers ahead!)

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Hello sophomores! As CSA has so generously informed you this morning, it’s time to declare your major! In case you haven’t heard, online declaration has already begun, but never fear–you have until 5 pm on Friday March 9th to ponder and panic and update your pros-and-cons list. If you’re ready and sure, though, click here to […]

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Hey sophomores! It’s time to decide what you want to do with the rest of your life: major declaration is a scant, fleeting week away. To guide your trembling self down that road, CCSC ’14, CCE, and CSA are hosting the event “Major Discovery — From Classroom to Career in Columbia College” (did you get the […]

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Bwog’s resident SGA’er Reneé Kraiem reports not-quite-live-but-chronologically-close from last night’s meeting where talk of liquor and the new enrollment policy ensued. The Council established a task force to respond to student concern regarding the new enrollment policy. They have plans to improve the channels for students to voice their opinions about the announcement and communicate […]

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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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Carly Hoogendyk’s alert on the kill: A Peer Major Advising event going on in C555 means an almost certain excess of pizza and soda. Grab it there (no one would care) or wait for the many boxes that’ll end up in the lobby of Lerner.

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Overseas Bwog correspondent Nick Frisch found this gem of a translation in People’s Square, Shanghai, China. Quoth the adventurer: “Want to make a lot of money in China? Forget econ; just major in English.”

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