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It’s been an emotional twenty-four hours for many students on campus. Many classes this morning were cancelled, and professors and student organizations alike are offering support to anyone who needs it. With that in mind, Bwog has compiled a list of campus resources and events on campus in the wake of the results of this presidential […]

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Last was a night completely dedicated to informing the student body about all the health services available at Barnard. The guests were MJ Murphy from Primary Health Care, Mary Commerford from Furman, Jessica Cannon from Well Woman, and Carolyn Corbran from the office of Disability Services (ODS). As a frequent user of the services, I can personally say […]

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Last night Bwog’s Barnard Bearoness, Maddie Stearn, took a break from midterm studying to cover this week’s SGA meeting. The agenda included hot topics such as Health Services offerings, an amendment to the Election Commission, and a conversation about the fire in 600s. Read on to learn more, and maybe you’ll even be inspired enough to take […]

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SGA met last night at its usual time and place with a few more males in the audience than usual (still single digits, but we’re getting there). What began as a meeting centered around the business of being well devolved into a meeting about the business of the campus and its not-so-well posting policies. Bwog’s […]

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In the third part of our DIY relaxtion series, Lily Icangelo takes us to the Well Woman center. It’s not just for ladies! Nestled on the first floor of Reid Hall in the Barnard Quad, (where the doors to the quad caution “Do Not Open: Alarms WILL Sound,”) is Barnard College’s Well Woman office. You […]

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Zoe Camp reports: Brenda Slade and Susan Quinby, of Student Health Services and Disability Services, respectively, paid SGA a visit. They brainstormed ideas for future projects like Well Women events (with massage chairs!) and a mentoring program pairing incoming students with Juniors and Seniors. They announced that Disability Services, in conjunction with Dining Services, plans […]

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