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Worried about where you’ll find the optimal studying spot to ace all your midterms? Don’t be! We at Bwog are here to help with all your intellectual (and musical!) needs.

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Staff Writer Grace Novarr, a Barnard freshman, explains the different classes in the Columbia Core.

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Do you remember a time when “roasting” was simply a cooking method and not dissing another person? Me neither. Not to roast this entire year, but 2020 brought us words and phrases whose default meanings are forever changed.

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Looking to enrich your learning experience this semester? Learn what it really takes to be a preceptor for an online class!

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Sometimes, in our daily lives at Columbia, we see another student do something so inspiring that we feel compelled to share their story with everyone on campus. Managing Editor Betsy Ladyzhets had such an experience a few nights ago. At first glance, she seemed unassuming. Just another student milling through the Monday night JJ’s rush, […]

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