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Start your Wednesday off by ripping up all the readings you had due today.

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The first Senior Wisdom as we end the semester comes from J Haro, Canada Goose hater, NYFW runway designer, and particle astrophysicist.

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Here at Bwog, we had a weekend full of sadness about the band, being lazy, and sickness.

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Barnard’s new dining provider, selected after student protests over Aramark’s connections to prison labor, has a more problematic history than it lets on. 

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Two more days people!!! Two more days!!! Chances are, you may be home with your dog or off in the Maldives, but a large percentage of us will be here until the bitter end. Send your thoughts and prayers.

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Happening in the world: Trump plans to sign executive orders allowing the construction of his Wall on the US-Mexico border today. This is one of his first actions as the president addressing his ferociously anti-illegal immigration platform that he emphasized during his campaign. (The Washington Post) Happening in NYC: New York Mayor Bill de Blasio revealed […]

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February is the shortest month of the year, but somehow, it always manages to feel the longest – four full weeks, no days off, and midterms piling up on top of each other like some kind of atrocious academic avalanche. There are, of course, a variety of ways to face your midterms: you can work […]

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