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It’s the first day of Reading Week! While you’re putting off a mountain of essays, discussion posts, and final, take a quick study break and read today’s Bwog in Bed.

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Are you a freshman freaking out about finals? The 2012 Class Council has taken heed of your mania, setting up a new study buddy finding system called FAC, Freshman Academic Connection. Students input their courses and areas of expertise, and the Council will compile a list of participating students and send it to RAs. Freshmen, […]

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At this time of year, Bwog, like just about everyone, is sick of Butler.  But there are like twenty other libraries on campus, right? Yes, there are.  And yes, Columbia students are probably too fortunate for our own good too. But sometimes, what we have just doesn’t suffice… So on this brisk Saturday, Bwog has […]

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On Sundays, most spots in Butler are taken—some by busy students, others by a pile of cough syrup bottles and a piece of toilet paper with “IF U TOUCH MY STUFF I KILL U!” scrawled on it in red ink. This is the first in what will hopefully be a recurring Saturday series offering possible […]

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