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The election results will not change the more I refresh my New York Times app, but will that stop me? Unlikely.

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Solo dining is an aspect of adulting that takes a minute to get used to. But eating alone can be meditative, productive, melancholy, exciting, and more! 

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Bwogline: What are you doing while reading Bwog? Researchers found out that multitasking “produces shallower thinking, reduces creativity, increases errors and lowers our ability to block irrelevant information.” (BBC) Study Tip: Turn off your phone, leave the Columbia buy/sell memes Facebook group. You have just doubled your study time. Music: There is nothing more exciting […]

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It’s almost over! Breathe in deep, pant between pushes, and you’ll be done before you know it. For those of you who are already done with finals: we hate you. Don’t talk to us. Please get into your big blue bin and roll down Broadway. To the rest of you: stay strong.  Bwogline: It could be worse! […]

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If there’s one thing we learned this semester in AllSex it’s that we all deserve a little self-care to get us through stressful times, particularly finals. We only had a couple “reading days” this round, so you’re rightfully so probably stress pooping in Butler/stressing out in general about your approaching exams. Resident Mom Courtney Couillard […]

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Last Thursday night, Drake dropped his new mixtape, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late (just in time for Valentine’s Day–we spent the holiday lying in bed with wine and chocolate and listening to “Know Yourself”). If you haven’t already learned all of Aubrey’s new lyrics, here’s a list of some good potential Instagram captions. (Buzzfeed) […]

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Britt Fossum can’t sit still when there are things to stress about during finals season. So instead of spending her downtime curled up around a hot computer, she actually goes out and does stuff. No Netflix? No problem. I worry about a lot of things during reading week. I worry about my health, my grades, […]

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Dear Bwog, These past few weeks, a lot has been going on in my life and I want to speak to someone about it.  I called Furman but they put me on a wait list for an appointment and told me I probably won’t get one before the end of the semester. Are there other resources […]

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Do you feel strongly about how Columbia handles mental illness? Are there ways in which you think it could change? The Columbia University Mental Health Task Force is holding an Open Forum tomorrow night (October 9) from 6-8pm in Lerner 477. Come and voice concerns, share experiences, and brainstorm ideas to make mental health services better. They will […]

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