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Barnard Outlines Campus And Community Safety Procedures

In light of the pandemic and a recent uptick in robberies in the area, Barnard sent an email to students outlining new safety procedures and emphasizing the necessity of commonplace safety practices. Highlights include several entrance closures and a new rideshare partnership with Via offering FREE rides within the Morningside Heights area.

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Bwoglines: Orange Snow, Orange President Edition

Happening Around The World: Dust and sand from the Sahara Desert have been blown to Eastern European regions, where it created an orange-tinted snow in a phenomenon that occurs once every few years. (Yahoo) Happening In The US: In an exclusive interview with 60 Minutes, porn star Stormy Daniels relayed her side of the Trump-Daniels scandal […]

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Home Invasion At Columbia Apartment On 111th

According to breaking911.com, there’s just been a home invasion at a Columbia apartment at 535 West 111th street (most likely University Apartment Housing). Police are looking for three males with masks and armed with guns, and NYPD Mobilization 1 was requested; according to Spec, there’s no information aside that from the police press line. Stay […]

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Security Alert: Be Less Friendly

Barnard students received another curiously worded security alert today about a concerning interaction between a student and a potentially dangerous male who “approached her in the vicinity of Milbank hall, as she was walking towards Barnard Hall, and engaged her in conversation” until he “became agitated” and threatened her. The full email and description of […]

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Security Alert: 115 St and Riverside Drive

Bwog is here to keep you up-to-date on campus events, but we’re also here to let you know when there’s danger in the community. Late last night, there was an incident of “forcible touching” (someone being grabbed) near W.115 St and Riverside Drive. Read on for the full security dispatch, and please be safe!

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Update On 118th Street Shooting

Here’s the latest from the NYPD’s Department of Public Information on the shooting that took place Friday night, as Bwog reported: On Saturday 4/24/10 at 0025 hours, police responded to a call of a male shot in front of 357 W118th Street, located within the confines of the 28th Precinct.  Upon arrival a M/B/31 was discovered […]

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Shooting at 118th St. and Morningside

Gothamist Newsmap is reporting that around 1:30am tonight, there was a shooting at W. 118th St. A tipster informs us that the incident happened at 118th and Morningside, and that residents of East Campus could hear it from the dorm. We’ll keep you updated as we learn more. Update, 11:13 a.m.: Bwog has been in […]

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