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Waking Up With Bwog: Hello New People

If you haven’t yet had a totally normal, non-awkward social interaction with anything on this campus, this byline can be your first one: what’s up! Welcome to Columbia, 2021! As move-in continues and you begin to settle in, you may realize that making friends can be an annoying process. Asking people their name & origin will […]

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Field Notes: Halloweekend 2013

Ah, Halloweekend, that magical time when you smear makeup with glee, get punny, and make out with a banana. It’s a memorable weekend for all, even more so when it morphs into “fall break” and everybody creeps away into their caves–whether staycationing or retreating back home. To commemorate Halloweekend 2013, we bring you field notes. One for […]

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Bwog’s Out For Break

Last night’s Halloween revelries marked the beginning of Fall Break, which means that Bwog is hopping on a train home to eat take-out on the couch with their dog/cat/alone all weekend long. A.k.a, we’re on break. Take a break and relax too, you deserve it. OR go and fight inequality abroad for four days. Whichever […]

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