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Freshpeople Housing Reviews 2019: John Jay Hall

Named after one of our favorite founding fathers, John Jay’s got the singles that mingle. And lots of food.

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Housing Reviews 2019: Watt

Juniors and seniors who want their own space, this one’s for you: Watt offers beautiful apartment-style studio singles, studio doubles, and one- or two-bedroom apartments. And all in a prime location!

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Housing Reviews 2019: Harmony Hall

Welcome, my friends, to Housing Selection 2019. Think of the next two weeks of housing review posts as a long episode of one of those shows where people tour real estate and decide which house to buy. Except instead of being rich you’re stuck with Columbia Housing. Still tho. First up is the gem of Extended […]

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CCSC: Student Initiatives, Housing, and Unpaid Bills

Senior Satow Correspondents Sarah Ngu and Maren Killackey report from this week’s CCSC meeting. They recap a student-run wellness initiative, financial aid communication and reform, the possibility of junior regroup during housing, a vegan composter, and brownstones for general lottery. Student Wellness Project Karishma Habbu, the Student Services Rep, and Wilfred Chan,  yourCCSC.com webmaster, unveiled the Student […]

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Harmony Hall Solves All Your Problems

This evening, mere hours before lottery numbers are due to be posted online tomorrow, Columbia Undergraduate Housing threw us for another loop: there’s a new dorm! Cozily-named Harmony Hall will be available for the 2009-2010 room selection process and offers eight floors of freshly renovated off-campus-esque housing. Harmony is located at 544 W. 110th Street […]

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Saturday Room Hopping – A Tree Grows in Claremont

Bwog announces the return of Thursday Room Hopping — now on a new day! Jessica’s room in Claremont is probably the best place on campus to sit pretzel-style on the ground with some milk and cookies for a read-aloud. The artistic senior spent the week of down-time before school began bringing the outdoors inside of […]

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Bwog Personals: You Don’t Have to be Alone on Valentine’s Edition

Already depressed about tomorrow? Bwog has personals that might rescue your self-esteem. If you think that you’re a match for either of these two, tell us at bwgossip@columbia.edu.  If we agree, we’ll shell out $5 for a date. And remember: if you become a Personal, there’s an even better chance we can help make your dreams […]

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The Belle Jar: Notes on a Single

You’ll never know who she is, but you’ll read her anyway. Send questions, propositions, and fan mail to bwogsex@gmail.com. Welcome to the Belle Jar. Singles Awareness Day (February 14) approaches and already, I overheard someone bitching about lacking a date. Problems like this are often best dealt with by reminding the offender about Darfur or […]

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