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Package Center Woes? Try Amazon Lockers!

Amazon rolled out their version of PO boxes in New York City almost a year ago. Bwog’s very own vivacious voyager, John Hu, victimized by lost packages and long lines, decided to venture out and verify this well-kept secret. Before you go off and order that giant teddy bear Lit Hum book, you’ll need to add the closest […]

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CCSC: Advising, Swiping, and Hanging Out

This week’s edition of student council coverage brings important information about switching your advisor, possibility of creating a student hang-out space, a controversial proposal to shorten Lerner Mail lines, swipe access for GS/JTS students, and (hip hip..) how Council should delegate and micro-manage less (hooray!). Satow Bureau Chiefs Sarah Ngu and Maren Killackey report! First […]

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Loves Me, Loves Me Not…

Mixed messages in Claremont, unmixed messages in the mail: Overheard in the Barnard Mail Room: “Who needs a boyfriend when you have a mom?”

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