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After hearing about toddler frat Sigma Alpha Epsilon having their recognition withdrawn, Bwog’s Sarah Faith Thompson sat down with two former senior brothers. They spoke openly about what happened under the condition of anonymity.   The night began with a pregame in a frat member’s suite where pledges were invited via mass text message. Senior members […]

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Last night Bwog reported that ZBT had lost its national charter until 2015. Since then, Student Affairs and ZBT’s national organization (press release below) have verified this. The press release notes that operations of Columbia University’s ZBT have been suspended “following a decision made by the current undergraduate brothers of the Delta Chapter to resign […]

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In an effort to keep institutional memory alive, Bwog wants to teach you about major issues and topics at Columbia.  If there is something you would like to know more about, look it up on wikicu or email tips@bwog.com.  Today, we attempt to explain why you’re not at a frat fraternity party like all your […]

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