Written by Olga Ivleva
February 13, 20183:41 pm 0 Comments
With the dreaded Vday right around the corner, those of us without an S.O. might be feelin’ kinda down (or not, since contrary to popular belief, not everyone here is a sad boi/sad girl). But if you’re curled up in bed watching the Bachelorette and wishing that were you, fear not, because Galentine’s Day is the real holiday we should be looking forward to. A night out with the girls is always the best time, and there’s plenty to do in Morningside Heights this February 13th (Or any other day, really. Who needs a special occasion to love yourself?). So, Bwog has come to the rescue and compiled a list of the best things to do around Morningside Heights this holiday season.
1) Have a spa day with the ladies in your dorm room. Nothing like face masks and manicures, and maybe some Netflix on this cold winter day.
2) Go catch a movie at the Magic Johnson theater with your best friends. Guaranteed to be a fun time; the theater is usually pretty empty and the tickets are significantly cheaper than at the 84th street theater.
3) Go ice skating at Lasker Rink in Central Park (108th street)! Just look away from the giant Trump signs while you’re there.
4) Go for a nice dinner out at Le Monde or Marlow Bistro: just some fan favorites in the local area.
5) Hit up Yoga to the People on 103rd street for a pay what you wish yoga session. Totally worth the 12 block walk.
6) If you’re into jazz, SMOKE has some amazing shows. Though it can be a bit pricey, Galentine’s day is the perfect time to splurge on the things you love.
7) Last, but not least, my personal favorite. Treat yourself to some junk food (and maybe some edibles) and enjoy a nice night in with your gals watching a rom com… or a superhero movie. Whatever floats your boat.
Tags: galentine's day for life, leslie knope more like leslie yep, valentines day is overrated, we dont want you, why does trump own so much in this gd city
February 05, 20183:20 pm 1 Comments
Perfect for any meal
If you’re #FerrisForever like yours truly, you might already know of some of these amazing food hacks. If you don’t, we’re here to enlighten you. There’s a reason why this is the best dining hall, and it’s that you can always, and I mean always find amazing food options at Ferris. Sure, we have plastic utensils and plates, and the omelet line might be miles long after your 8:40, but it’s totally worth it. And if you’re in a rush and want to skip some lines, here are some great food options and other Ferris food hacks to better your day.
1.) Greek Yogurt with granola bits and nutella. Add peanut butter or craisins if you’re about that life. There’s never a line, and it’s always available.
2.) Boldly walk past the 200 person pasta line and order some meatballs. Add some cheddar cheese to top it off.
3.) Not in the mood for hot coffee? No problem. Cold brew coffee + half and half + hazelnut or caramel syrup. It’s better than Starbucks.
4.) Vegetarian burritos at the action station again? Gross. Grab a bowl and ask for some chicken at the salad bar. Then head over and ask them to add it to your burrito. You’re welcome.
5.) In a rush to your 10:10 and don’t want to wait the omelet line? Grab some scrambled eggs and head over to the avocado toast station. Add bacon bits, peppers, tomatoes, onions, cheddar cheese, etc. Not the worst alternative, though maybe a bit colder.
6.) In the mood for a root-beer float? If it’s ice cream day at Ferris, grab a couple scoops and pour yourself a cup of your choice of soda, then combine.
7.) If you’re preparing for that Friday night pregame, bring a couple of water bottles and fill them up with your choice of mixer and steal some dining hall cups for the drinks. If you’re feeling particularly crafty, snag a salt shaker for the rim of your drinks.
Photo via Bwog Staff
Tags: all I ever eat is yogurt, always hungry, ferris forever, ferris mixers ftw, food hacks, I hate ferris lines, no more meatless Mondays bitch, still salty ferris staff didn't give me a shirt
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