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Things At Columbia That DO Spark Joy

We’ve already brought you a list of things that don’t spark joy, but what about the things at Columbia that make us happy, that fill us up with warm fuzzies? Turns out, lots of them are food-related.

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Bwoglines: Youtube Drama Edition

Happening in the world: Shortly after Youtuber Logan Paul uploaded a video of a dead body hanging from a forest in Japan and was dropped from the platform’s Google Preferred tier, Youtube has promised more human oversight of its top-tier videos and better management of unsavory ads that show up next to content. (NYT) Happening […]

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Weird Study Break Alternatives We Want To See On Campus

While the study breaks during reading week are incredibly helpful and supportive, at times they can look similar – many of them featuring some classic variation of cookies and hot chocolate. We here at Bwog want to see some study breaks get weird. Here are our suggestions: 1) Columbia time-management-chart-themed study break. This study break […]

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Columbia Basketball Has Mixed Results

The men’s and women’s basketball teams both played tight games this past Wednesday. Staff writer Abby Rubel explains the results of each matchup. Men’s basketball loses by five points in overtime: Men’s basketball (1-5) fell to University of Connecticut (5-2) 77-73 in a heartbreaking overtime loss. The Lions led with 2:36 left on the clock, […]

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Did Columbia Football Deserve Its Dartmouth Win?

It’s a common fallacy of sports journalism to rest an entire game on a single play. In a 60 minute (or 3 hour) game of football, a point scored on the opening play matters just as much to the final score as a point as the clock expires. If a last-second touchdown is a team’s […]

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