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This week, SGA Rep Council heard a presentation from Barnard Library that focused on the recent work that the Library has done toward improving accessibility and community outreach.

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For those of us not in NYC, who long for the days of studying in Butler, Milstein, Avery, the Engineering Library, and Teacher’s College…the list goes on… 

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For those who have migrated from Butler to Milstein, Deputy Editor Idris O’Neill is begging you to abandon your old habits and adopt these new, more considerate ones. She’s tired of seeing you in group study rooms alone. 1. If you are a Columbia student, come with a buddy. Chances are you weren’t invited to the […]

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There are a lot of ways to find out who you are: you can read your horoscope, take the Myers-Briggs test, get your palms read. Or, you can read this post and find out what your preferred seating in the brand spanking new Milstein Center reveals about you.  The green chairs by the windows: You’re […]

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The Milstein Center will be holding its ribbon cutting ceremony today at 2:30pm. After the ceremony, there will be tours and demonstrations throughout the building until 5:30pm. Stop by to see all of the exciting new resources for Barnard and Columbia students! You can read more about the event here.   Photo via Barnard

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On February 15, 2018, students sampled coffee for the new cafe in the Milstein Center. Here are other snacks Bwog wants to see! Fruit cups with berries, pomegranates, etc. No honeydew – we’re tired. Real granola Boba A soup station that is regularly replenished House-made juices Green grapes Avocado toast Boxed water Baklava Soft pretzels […]

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Barnard SGA’s Rep Council re-convened for the semester last night for a meeting that was somewhat informative but also probably a waste of time. This week, SGA was joined by Provost Linda Bell and Jen Green, Dean of Barnard Library and Academic Information Services, to discuss plans for the new Milstein Center library building that […]

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