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Back to School Tips & Tricks for Freshpeople and Forgetful Upperclassmen

Relax, freshlings. We know Columbia can be a weird place, but you don’t have to figure it all out today. Even the most seasoned students can forget about some of Columbia’s quirks after a school-free summer. Here are a few tips to help you along as you adjust: Physical Education classes don’t begin until the […]

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Hey, Where’d My Signal Go?

As Columbia enters the last few days of the “midterm period,” bunkering down in Butler may look more and more enticing. But, to help you hang on to that precious wireless signal, Bwog spent Monday night in the Milstein and Reference Rooms measuring signal strength. The key corresponds to the average readout out of four bars on a […]

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Today in Useful Things: Mail Goggles

The alcohol-fueled, after-bar emailing session! A venerated tradition that’s worse than a drunken phone call because it involves spelling and it’s archived, forever. But, as Gawker reported, one American Hero/Gmail Engineer has designed a program that will prevent you from sending drunk emails.  It’s called “Mail Goggles” and it harnesses the power of simple arithmetic […]

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criminally underrated. takes me back lol (read more)
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wow this was really helpful. especially the tip where my mom varges in and says obama js in the phone. (read more)
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