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SGA’s Rep Council met once again last night and, as always, Dassi was there to report on what happened. We can’t promise any exciting news–everybody is a bit tired before Thanksgiving, and neither our Barnard Bureau Chief or our Barnard Student Government Association is an exception. But things do happen, so read on anyway to […]

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Barnard SGA’s Rep Council re-convened for the semester last night for a meeting that was somewhat informative but also probably a waste of time. This week, SGA was joined by Provost Linda Bell and Jen Green, Dean of Barnard Library and Academic Information Services, to discuss plans for the new Milstein Center library building that […]

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Our SGA Bureau Chief Dassi Karp summarizes what happened last semester in SGA to start a fresh new semester.  I’m excited for a new semester of Barnard SGA meetings, because who doesn’t love sitting through hours of administrative guests, policy arguments, pointless votes, and occasional discussions of the work that’s actually getting done behind the scenes? […]

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With the last day of classes finally here, it is a time for reflection on the good, the bad and the bizarre here at Columbia. Bwog shares some of those recent moments as we all gear up for a finals season no one is prepared for and Reading Days no one actually uses.  Respect the process: […]

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And just when you thought the Trumps couldn’t possibly disparage the Bush family anymore after this election cycle, Melania went public today blaming Trump’s ‘boy talk’ remarks from the leaked tape on Billy Bush. In response, the internet made the hashtag, #billybushmademedoit, trend. (CNN) To the two environmental biology majors out there, you can take heart in […]

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We’ve all been there. It always seems that whenever you urgently have a place to be, you inevitably find yourself trapped behind slow walkers. First-year staff writer Alex Tang writes about his take on this common experience. “MOVE!” I scream out, silently in my head of course. It’s 10:08am, and I have 2 more minutes and […]

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You know how you always end up having conversations with random friends about books that neither of you have read? Bwog’s own cadre of wannabe intellectuals (Britt Fossum and Maddie Stearn) know that feel. They have dreamt up an imaginary conversation that could easily happen in real life. Warning: contains judgement, sass, and a bit […]

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The add/drop period for Spring 2015 is upon us, and Bwog is here to help you in this trying time.  Here we provide for you a list of classes to avoid at all costs coupled with our very own CULPA-style reviews.  As always, feel free to leave additional suggestions in the comments. Keith Sanborn, Culture Through […]

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You’ve got to be joking. We received this text and screenshot from a tipster: “bwog i got my last grade (advanced grammar and grammars with timberlake) yesterday and if that doesn’t take its own special spot on the wall of ultimate shame then i don’t know what would”   We agree. According to the directory, the […]

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