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Bwog really felt it this week. Send love. Please.

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That’s right, Columbia College, Barnard, and GS, today is your last chance to drop that class you thought looked interesting until you realized there was a three page response due every week. UPDATE: A tipster informs Bwog that EA Sports is giving away a free Snoop concert to the college with the most votes on […]

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We at Bwog know that our readers have been having a bit too much fun lately, so we thought we’d ask our resident culinary whiz Matt Powell to hook y’all up with some hangover remedies. You’ll thank us later. Not being a heavy drinker, I don’t have a ton of experience in the hangover department, […]

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A few hours ago, you probably deleted an email from The Columbia Undergraduate Science Journal. Now that you know what CUSJ stands for, we bet you regret that click to the trash. Here are a few of the highlights. With their new skills, Coltrane, Prospero, and Horatio can play three-card-monte. Immigration. It turns South Asians […]

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