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If you haven’t heard, it’s Valentine’s Day. For some of us, that means going on a romantic date, eating a nice dinner, or watching an overplayed rom-com. For others, that means exploiting the campus’s free chocolate and condom resources. Bwog has you covered with a list of all of the Valentine’s Day festivities happening on […]

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Happening in the World: A New Zealand fisherman saved a drowning toddler after mistaking him for a porcelain doll floating in the ocean. The young boy had wandered away from his parent’s campsite while they were sleeping (The Guardian). Happening in the U.S.: The Democrats took back the House of Representatives, gaining at least 26 seats. Republicans retain […]

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The Milstein Center will be holding its ribbon cutting ceremony today at 2:30pm. After the ceremony, there will be tours and demonstrations throughout the building until 5:30pm. Stop by to see all of the exciting new resources for Barnard and Columbia students! You can read more about the event here.   Photo via Barnard

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Have you ever wanted the experience of skimming through Bwog’s articles, condensed into a weekly email? Do you want to prepare for the upcoming highlights of each week’s posts? Do you crave Bwog’s steamy presence in your inbox every week? If so, sign up for Bwog’s newsletter! A new initiative, BwogLetter will features highlights of […]

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Today is Super Tuesday. That means thirteen states will engage in Republican and Democratic primaries or caucuses, with Alaska and Wyoming engaging only in Republican caucuses. While this day does not directly determine who will become the Republican or Democratic nominee, it will demonstrate how candidates perform over vastly different demographics across the entire United States. (Fox) […]

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Columbia University’s Chess Club came out yesterday and spanked had a pretty darn good showing against Brown, Dartmouth, Yale, and Penn in the fourth annual Inter Ivy Championship. The tournament, held all day yesterday in Earl Hall (that home court advantage doe) resulted in a tie between Columbia’s A and B teams. In the tiebreaker, team A won, […]

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HAI GUISE! ur Friendy daliy here. ALLll I want to say is that u should send us ALLLL your pics, tips, and Cray Cray videoos of today! Send them to tips@bwog.com ! All you need to no in the world is down therr: Set times Morningsiders 11:00 – 11:45 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis 12:00 – 1:00 […]

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Free Food: OverSEAS

Are you a SEAS student who wants to learn more about Study Abroad? Do you just want free pizza tonight? If yes, stop by 825 Mudd tonight at 8 PM and your needs will be quenched. The meeting will cover all the logistics of engineering study abroad, as well as any other questions attendees may […]

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SantaCon makes Bwog think about holiday spirit. We would love to see your elaborately or uniquely decorated suites! Send your holiday cheer to tips@bwog.com. We know decorations aren’t always Kosher with Housing, so your submissions will remain anonymous. Photo via Wikimedia Commons

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