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This article serves as a how-to guide for making friends with (or being blacklisted by) your classmates!

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A definitive rating of the steminist laptop stickers of the Barnard Year of Science.

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Bwog Staffer Julia Ross used her 6th and final excused absence for her Barnard Tai Chi class to attend “MeMoSa: Untethered 21 with Nona Hendryx,” and didn’t regret it for a second.

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Public static main void string args. If you saw Bwoggers Brigid Cromwell and Sydney Contreras doodling all over their Intro to Java and Computing in Context finals, no you didn’t.

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Today’s personals include our lovely Sports Editor, Jana, and her legume-loving friend, Clara. If you’re looking for a running partner or a rugby competitor, you’ve come to the right place! If you’re interested, email us at tips@bwog.com.

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On Monday morning, Columbia Society for Women in Physics (CSWP) hosted Kendall Mahn, a physicist from Michigan State University, for a CSWP Breakfast Chat before her Physics Colloquium: “See the World with Neutrinos: Current and Future Accelerator-Based Neutrino Experiments.”  Dr. Mahn is a high energy particle experimentalist who researches neutrinos—subatomic particles with masses close to […]

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Yesterday afternoon, Dr. Bonita London, CU Graduate School of Arts and Sciences ’06 and Associate Professor at Stony Brook University, gave a presentation on barriers and bridges to STEM engagement among women, focusing in particular on undergraduate students. Betsy Ladyzhets, senior staffer (and woman in STEM), describes Dr. London’s talk. When I arrived in 614 […]

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Senior Staff Writer (and potential Comp Sci major?) Rachel Deal sat down with Piyali Mukherjee and Annie Zhang to talk about their success at last weekend’s HackMIT competition. Last weekend, a team of four Columbia students came in third place at HackMIT, a hackathon hosted every year at MIT. The team was made up of juniors […]

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