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A Lit Hum class was had, SEAS was tested, placement exams happened, and eye contact continued to be made.  Oren’s was still giving free coffee, and Bwog once again scored a free dinner.  Isn’t NSOP the best? Overheards: OL, to student literally running out of Roone Arledge: Where are you going? Student: I have a […]

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Happy Tuesday! Today, we’ve given you first-year’s first impression of the Iliad, and some relevant campus history. Some of the best advice, though, is the simplest: how to actually get around this new place you call home. Despite campus’ relatively small size, it has its own host of frustrating and illogical geography that our trusty […]

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In memory of one of the best things said at a First Lit Hum Class, Bwog asked freshmen, as they were leaving Roone Arledge, to complete the following sentence:  The Iliad is like: the Bible. a journey. boring. Stephen Colbert. Stephen Colbert hosting the White House Correspondents dinner for George W. Bush. no other book. […]

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In an effort to keep institutional memory alive, Bwog wants to teach you about major issues and topics at Columbia.  If there is something you would like to know more about, look it up on wikicu or email tips@bwog.com.  Today, we attempt to explain why you’re not at a frat fraternity party like all your […]

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A hearty welcome to the TVC students today!  We hope your day goes smoothly.  If you see or hear anything funny, or if you just need someone new to talk to, go ahead and email tips@bwog.com — we’d love to hear from you! Today’s Highlights: Move In for TVC students, 9 am-1 pm Individual Advising […]

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Freshmen dorms are now occupied, and the newest Columbians are — or should be — safe with their OL’s. Bwog interrupted a few of them along the way to ask about the best or worst pieces of advice they’ve gotten so far. Here’s what they had to say in the first Bwog Asked of the […]

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Yes, we are referring to today as Day 1.  Also we’re extending a shout-out to Transfer, Visiting, and Combined plan students, who are arriving tomorrow.  You can follow us on Twitter and Instagram [thebwog] for more updates #socialmedia Move-in for the day is officially over and appears to have gone smoothly.  Reports include that there […]

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Today we’re getting our final round of movers-in with the short-distance travelers.  Bwog will be running about today, snooping on NSOP and talking to freshmen about the experience.  As of today, NSOP is officially in full swing, so it’s time for you to Wake Up With Bwog.  If you’re interested in writing about anything that you […]

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Welcome (yet again), freshmen! Here’s hoping your first day was relatively trauma-free, and that you actually found a blue bin at some point in your journey. All Jersey/Westchester non-West Coast people, we’re looking forward to seeing you bright and early tomorrow morning. If you’re sitting anxiously in your newly postered JJ single right now, bursting […]

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Good morning, west coasters and internationals, welcome to your first day at this fine university.  We’re happy to welcome you here and hope that move-in day is…not completely unbearable?  Your giddy orientation leaders will be running around in noticeable shirts to help you out and there are a ton of signs to point you kind […]

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Ladies and gentlemen, time to wake up from your summer 2013 slumber: your newest NSOP theme has arrived! It is “Infinite Possibilities.”  Or, as an astute Bwogger put it, the prelude to the next four years at Columbia, “Infinite Responsibilities.” To elucidate this global/cosmic/galactic theme, the 2013 NSOP schedule book features a glittering Columbia campus […]

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Whether you’re anxiously going through your stuff in a vague effort to pack or still holding on to the last vestiges of summer, the semester is undeniably upon us. For the Class of 2017, this is an exciting but challenging time. Faced with packing to go off to college, a bewildered freshperson turns to Bwog for […]

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Every year Ecoreps organizes Give and Go Green in the Spring and Green Sales in the Fall (you dump your old stuff; they store it and sell it). This year, as always, Ecoreps gives you the opportunity to apply to one of or both of these events, but also to be part of GREEN NSOP […]

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