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Welcome Class of 2018! In a fit of procrastination nostalgia, Bwog found ourselves skimming through the “Meet Our Students” sections of the Admissions website and the guidebooks sent with your acceptance letter. Contrary to, perhaps, what you might have been told about the average Columbia student, we don’t all take seven classes, run four clubs, […]

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This morning, we received a  lovely tip detailing the continuing frustrations of vertical movement within John Jay Hall.  This past January, we saw an uprising of sorts as the JJ elevators were under endless repair.  Apparently some freshmen’s advice to not use the John Jay “lifts” and just take the stairs was moot as, in […]

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Bwog knows that you secretly crave confirmation of your opinions on everything from pastries to cafes to chairs, so we are bringing you a new series of reviews of lecture halls. Tonight, we explore the dark side of one of America’s favorite founding fathers… the shitty elevator access in the Columbia Hall named after Alexander […]

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