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In an email addressed to Public Safety student aids, the administrative coordinator for the program laid down some draconian new rules: Effective immediately student will no longer be permitted to study on post, have a laptop on post, or read anything other than post related instructions. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel […]

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Remember when you were touring Columbia and the junior leading the tour talked about students could easily take six classes, do a work-study job to make some money, and get a prestigious internship—all in the same semester? Have you actually thought about doing any of that since starting classes? Never fear: Bwog has a quick […]

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In our new feature, Bwog goes behind the scenes, discovering the hidden joys of working at or around Columbia University. In our first exploration of pretend real life, Senior Labor Correspondent Katheryn Thayer followed Jordan Lord in his sweet setup at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library (Take Bwog to Work Day was actually on […]

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Haven’t gotten paid? Bwog delves into the world of lost work-study checks patiently awaiting their owners. The University is (hopefully) the only employer you’ll have which will tell you to wait four to six weeks before they issue your first paycheck. And, as work-studiers can attest, this is hardly a given. You might get paid […]

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