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Orgo Night Continues To Go Right

Once again, exams have begun, but not before the Columbia University Marching Band ruined all of our studying beforehand, like they do every year. Yes, last night was Orgo Night and Bwog was there. Here’s what we saw: By 11AM the only seat left in Butler 209 was a wobbly one with no plug.  Twelve hours […]

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Tryna Get Enriched

Nine out of ten dentists recommend you watch the latest video that’s kind of about orgo, this time with musical references to  the Harlem Shake and other songs we’ve tried to forget about. Its rappers are decked out in Columbia University apparel and a shirt that reads, “I have nice abs”—naturally, its creators are current […]

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Do Your Homework! Outside!

Apparently some students have a little too much spring fever to study in the library. But will chalk on the Van Am quad = success on next week’s orgo test? Bwog sure hopes so.

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