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Waking Up With Bwog: Take An NSOP Break

It’s a light day for the mandatory NSOP schedule. Take it easy, in the morning, throw a glowstick party in the evening, and meet your passionate pears at night. This is the last day before the upperclassmen arrive, so make it count! Make sure to send your funniest or creepiest stories to tips@bwog.com (or use […]

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Hack Into The 4th Annual Wikithon Tonight

Perhaps one of the greatest collective action Columbia faces (aside from keeping the Butler bathrooms clean) is keeping WikiCU updated with relevant information. To solve this problem, CCSC and ESC will be hosting the 4th Annual Wikithon tonight from 5 PM until 8 PM in the John Jay Lounge. We heard free Dinosaur BBQ will be […]

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