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PSA: Keep Thy Loins Girded

Bwog received an anonymous tip from an RA outlining the current procedure for investigating marijuana incidents: If an RA detects the smell of weed, or someone reports the smell to an RA, they call in another RA to confirm. Once two RAs have confirmed the smell, they will knock on the door in question If […]

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Drinking with Bwog: Rasta Edition

After trips to Moscow and Mongolia, Drinking with Bwog has just returned a little “lazier” from Jamaica to bring you its new favorite shot—the flaming Bob Marley. The Columbia Bartending Agency’s resident Rastafarian Matt Kalish shows you how to make it! With all this talk about Snoop and the Abacchalypse, I figured that it was […]

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Do make it an issue. This story is far from done. Mr. Bollinger, the big free speech guy, is still (read more)
Breaking: Columbia University Marching Band To Resume Playing At Athletic Events
October 18, 2019
You still should make it an issue. Please remember Orgo Night. It's very much a free speech issue. Will the (read more)
Breaking: Columbia University Marching Band To Resume Playing At Athletic Events
October 18, 2019
Great. I trust the Marching Band and Columbia will evolve reasonably into the 2nd century of the band. I (read more)
Breaking: Columbia University Marching Band To Resume Playing At Athletic Events
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