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In the past Bwog has managed to stick up for the little guy, whether it be the McBain Shaft, the PE requirement or Fire Alarms. For the latest defense project, we turn to our in-house Jersey native Alexandra Svokos and ponder the terrible wonder that lies on the other side of the Hudson. Listen, we […]

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Unless you’ve lived in NYC your whole life, being at Columbia can make you forget about a skill that probably defined your suburban adolescence—driving. This Bwogger certainly misses the days spent zooming through her neighborhood and blasting the Top 40 tunes that everyone only pretends to hate. But unfortunately, driving isn’t always exciting as it […]

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Bwogger Carolyn Ruvkun tagged along with the Columbia University Democrats on their annual campaign trip. Recapturing Columbia’s activist past, the dedicated Dems knocked on 50,000 doors, made the local news and almost got arrested. So open a cool can of Keystone, kids, we’re heading to the Keystone state! Early on the Friday morning of Fall […]

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