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Hidden Talents: The Girl Who Reads Books

…for a living! This is Columbia, and, you name it—we probably have it. Join our Chief Mellifluousness Expert Nico Esguerra as he explores the annals of American education by way of a student paid to read textbooks. Know someone with concealed and intriguing skills? Tell us at tips@bwog.com Most of us look forward to summer […]

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Perhaps A Career in Radio?

Hey, recent graduates, still having trouble finding a job? You’re not alone. This morning on NPR’s Morning Edition, CC ’09’s Emma Jacobs got four minutes to tell the nation about her struggles finding a job. The big problem, according to Jacobs, is her major: “A history major like me doesn’t come with many specialized skills besides […]

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It’s Even Summer for the Internet

Bloggers among us take note: The good folk at IvyGate are looking for a handful of summer editors to maintain the site between the months of (late) May and August. Last year’s summer editors actually stuck around to edit the site full-time, so it seems it’s possible the job could turn into a full-time gig. […]

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Cash Rules Everything Around Me

Sometimes, for the broke college student, whoring yourself out to paid psychology experiments just doesn’t cut it. To offer some assistance in your job search, we bring you dispatches from five students who tell all about their various engagements in the world of campus employment, work-study and beyond. Compiled by Maryam Parhizkar. The Library Assistant […]

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What Bwog Did on Its Summer Vacation

In which Bwog staffers reminisce–namelessly, by and large–about how they occupied themselves for the last few months. If you’ve got something better, send it (bwgossip@columbia.edu) in and we’ll share! So my boss just sent me out on an errand, with nothing more than an address and his credit card. I assumed the location was a […]

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Save the World Inc.

Need a summer job to support your unpaid internship? Bwog newbie Sara Jane Panfil tells us why stumping for trees/starving children/cute bunnies may not be the way to go. I remember being excited to spend the summer in New York, but then summer arrived. Two months in I found myself struggling to stay afloat in […]

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The Young and the Hopeless… and their fans

In which Bwog staffer Hillary B. unearths a trove of desperate preteen pleas. The other day, one of my fellow interns at the marketing/publicity firm where I work turned to me and asked, “Do you know what happened to all the Good Charlotte fan mail?” That band once had been among our clients, and we’ve […]

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Our man in Anbar

Because Bwog doesn’t do hot, sandy or constantly-in-existential-danger, Iraq didn’t quite make it into our summer plans. Not so for Matt Sanchez, GS,  who has been blogging out of the war-torn country for the past couple of weeks. What the hell’s gotten into the conservative activist, military man, Spec opinion writer, American studies major and […]

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On the line

Editor emerita Anna Corke, of Cooking with Bwog fame, gives us a glance into life behind the kitchen doors. Here is what I do: toss salad greens with olive oil, lemon juice, salt, pepper, diced tomatoes, and crumbled feta; garnish with mixed olives, sliced cucumber, peppercinis, cucumber yogurt; plate with toasted pita, lamb on the […]

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