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According to the registrar’s office, today is Midterm Day, meaning we’ve officially made it halfway through our semester. This comes as surprising news for some, but it feels like about fucking time for others. The chandelier in Ref is definitely one of these others, as it, like the rest of us, appears to be quite burnt out. […]

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Today is Midterm Day, the halfway point in the semester. To mark the occasion, Bwogger Ross Chapman is here to remind you that your situation could always be worse – at least when today is over, it’s over!  Taylor Swift is the first person I hear in the morning. “The players gonna play, play, play,” […]

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It’s the most wonderful day of the year. You know the day – it’s a day for celebration (of your suffering), a day for gifts (of terrifying tests), and a day for love (of coffee and Redbull.) It’s the day we’ve been looking forward to all semester. Midterm Day. We’re sure you, like us (and […]

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Okay, Columbia students. This is it. The day you’ve been preparing for all week – no, all semester – no, all of your life. All of the sleepless nights spent in Butler, the points spent on Blue Java, the mountains of index cards spent on terms you’ll never need to know after college, it’s all […]

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