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Last night the Barnard Annual Gala raised 2.2 million dollars for financial aid. Bwog sent Diligent Debutante Maud Rozee to find out how that was even possible. The Plaza Hotel is possibly the fanciest venue in New York City, and last night it was filled with impeccably dressed, mostly old, white and incredibly rich Barnard […]

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Most copies of the February issue of The Blue and White have been snatched up, but here’s looking forward to the March issue, on campus next week.  Today, managing editor Anna Bahr continues her three-part series on the experience of student debt at Columbia. To review the first piece, which focuses on taking out loans as an undergraduate, […]

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Well-Endowed

You may have seen it in the news yesterday morning, but we just wanted to make sure you were aware that Columbia’s endowment is flush with hard-earned and successfully-invested dollars. $7.8 billion of them in fact, (you might be interested to know that the cost of Manhattanville was pegged at $7 billion). Think about all […]

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Teams of Schapiro floors are competing tonight in a coin war to see who can raise the most money to support Pakistani flood victims. All the proceeds go to UNICEF to supply clean drinking water for 2.5 million flood victims. Reslife will award the winning team a fully funded study break, but everyone gets free […]

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