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Low Library kicks off the SEAS 150 anniversary with pretty blue lights glowing through the snowstorm. Bwog dared to leave the warmth of Butler to photo-document this. It’s like a magical fairy castle full of administrators!

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CCSC and the other three undergrad councils will be releasing a collaborative video tonight at 8pm about how school spirited we all are here at Columbia. They couldn’t have nailed our spirit any harder. As you all know, our shuttles are packed every weekend to go see our outstanding f-word team. Almost every night there […]

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Deantini’s love of Bwog contests knows no bounds. In a recent meeting, he told us that Columbia College is trying to step up its social media game and desperately needs a witty hashtag for Twitter and Instagram. “I’ve been wracking my brain, losing sleep for weeks, but I just can’t think of a good CC-related […]

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