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Free Stuff From Alma

We recently discovered that there exists an entire world of free schwag that comes with being a Columbia student (and we’re not talking about those Freshman Step Up! shirts). All it takes is a .edu email address and you’re ready to go. Here’s a little list we’ve put together of free/discounted goods and services offered […]

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Get excited, guys — following the recent election, SGB has changed its board. Say hello to the new powers that be: Chair: Abdul Rafay Hanif Vice-Chair: Preity Nita Ponnaganti Treasurer: Rajan Gupta Secretary: Rakhi Agrawal Representatives at Large: Fatimatou Diallo, Mariam Elnozahy, Tess Glassman-Kaufman, Ankita Gore, Shaynah Jones, Sameer Mishra, Adam Wilson In addition, four […]

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At long last, Bwog brings you the feature you’ve all been waiting for (but like, really—we’ve kept you waiting since 2009): a close look at Columbia’s best and brightest PowerSuites. In its inaugural installment, PowerSuites visits the den of four very influential juniors, through the lens of Examiner Extraordinare Alex Eynon. Join Alex as she […]

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