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A stellar institution of higher learning or the Gates to Hell?

This is the first installment in Bwog’s new column, Classical Whines, in which Bwog’s resident classics majors will talk about all things classics and give you a wine recommendation. In the first post of this series, you can read Social Media Editor Youngweon Lee’s rant about the Hamilton elevator.

Hamilton Hall, as the main headquarter of Columbia College, houses the Departments of Classics, Slavic Studies, American Studies, Italian, Germanic Languages and Literature, among others. It is also where the Admissions Office and Deantini’s Office are. In addition to classes in the aforementioned academic departments, a lot of classes that could count as general humanities (or not) are held in Hamilton; I’ve had LitHum, CC, FroSci discussion, and various French classes in Hamilton. I also know that even some econ, stats, art hum, etc. classes are held there as well.

So needless to say, there are always a lot of people trying to get places in Hamilton Hall. Yet, the singular elevator in Hamilton is objectively one of the worst elevators on campus. Seeing as the ground floor is actually the second floor, if your class is on the third or fourth (or even fifth, for the ambitious ones among you) floors, you don’t really need an elevator. In fact, if you are someone who is not disabled and you take the elevator to anywhere below the fifth floor during rush hour in Hamilton Hall, there is a special circle in Inferno for you. Sorry, I don’t make the rules.

Read on about the plights of an out-of-shape Classics major

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It’ll definitely take you less time to read this housing review than it will to walk to this Columbia dorm. Carlton Arms may be the farthest dorm, but that Hudson breeze is worth it. 

Location: Riverside between 108th and 109th.

  • Nearby dorms: Nothing… Harmony and 110 (Barnard) maybe?
  • Stores and restaurants: Cascabel Taqueria, West End, Mels, 1020, Duane Reade, Chipotle, Five Guys, Vitamin Shoppe, Westside, Starbucks, Absolute Bagels, etc., etc.

Cost: The cost for upperclassman dorms is standard: $9,538.

Amenities:

  • Bathrooms: Each suite has two bathrooms with two sinks, two stalls, and a shower.
  • AC/Heating: No AC, but the heating is good. It’s too hot sometimes but you can open your window to the Hudson River blowing cool air in your face. The temperature is usually great.
  • Lounge: There aren’t floor lounges the floor, but each suite has a common space.
  • Kitchen: Each suite has one kitchen with an oven, microwave, fridge, stove, and medium cabinet space.
  • Laundry: In the basement of the building, only accessible through an elevator. Normal busy-ness.
  • Fire escapes: There are fire escapes that are accessible but you’re not allowed to go on them.
  • Bike storage: In the basement.
  • Computers/printers: In the first-floor lobby.
  • Gym: On the top floor.
  • Intra-transportation: Two elevators that are decent.
  • Hardwood/carpet: Rooms have hardwood, the rest of the suite has carpet.

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? I know it’s definitely not my train!

It’s Easter Weekend! The MTA isn’t resurrecting, though, so here are the service changes for this weekend. As always, please keep in mind that I’m not a fortune teller (yet) and don’t know when the trains will be delayed. If you’re feeling loved today, remember that the MTA hates you. Cheers! 

1: The 1 is running normally this weekend.

2: There are no 2 trains between 96th and 180th from 11:30 pm Friday to 5 am Monday, like last weekend. This doesn’t affect us MoHi residents too much. There are a few other service changes on the website that end at 5 am on Friday, but the way it’s worded, it’s unclear if it’s referring to 5 am on Friday (so all through Thursday night) or 5 am on Saturday (all though Friday night into Saturday morning). None of them affect the immediate MoHi campus too much, though.

3: No 3 trains this weekend from 11:30 pm Friday to 5 am Monday.

A: There doesn’t seem to be service changes on the A this weekend. Is this real life? It will probably be really delayed to make up for it.

B: Also no service changes on the B.

C: I can’t believe this, but also no service changes on the C.

D: Is it time for this column to end? No service changes on the D. I bet it will be super delayed to compensate.

#CuomosMTA via Bwog Archives

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Hot sexy housing coverage continues today, starting with this review of East Campus’s townhouses. Seniors who want their own space but don’t want to deal with elevators full of sloppy-drunk freshmen, this one’s for you. 

Location: Technically 70 Morningside Drive, but accessible via Wien Courtyard or Ancel Plaza (aka the above-ground plaza outside Law and IAB).

  • Nearby dorms: Wien and pretty much nothing else.
  • Stores and restaurants: Arts & Crafts, HamDel, Appletree, Friedman’s, SubsConscious, Max Soha, Broadway Liquors (sort of), etc.

Cost: The cost for upperclassman dorms is standard: $9,538.

Amenities:

  • Bathrooms: Each suite has a bathroom with two sinks, a shower, and a toilet in a separate stall. All the townhouses have been renovated, and these bathrooms are really nice.
  • AC/Heating: All EC suites have AC.
  • Lounge: Townhouses don’t have floor lounges like the highrises do. Every suite has a living room type common space that all the EC suites have and hold ragers in.
  • Kitchen: As with the bathrooms, these renovated townhouses have really nice kitchens complete with an oven, stove, dishwasher, sink, microwave, and fridge. They also have a kitchen island that provides ample counter space. Edit 4/2/2018: Housing announced on Friday, April 30th that East Campus residences will not have stoves or ovens during the 2018-2019 academic year. Residents will be offered a hot plate and a microwave as compensation.
  • Laundry: In the basement of the main building. There are a lot of machines, but can get pretty busy.
  • Fire escapes: Nope.
  • Bike storage: Available underneath EC in the Wien Courtyard.
  • Computers/printers: There are computer lounges with one printer each on floors 10 and 18 in the main building, and there are two printers in the lobby.
  • Gym: Treadmills, bikes, and ellipticals on floors 8 and 16 in the main building.
  • Intra-transportation: Townhouses have weird floor systems with half floors within the staircases (with the staircases in the EC courtyard). No elevators for townhouses. There are two elevators in the main building that move pretty quickly but make frequent stops.
  • Hardwood/carpet: All hardwood.

But can i get a single?

Mar

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? I know it’s definitely not my train!

Another week of MTA acting a fool is upon us. Here are the planned subway service changes around Morningside Heights this week for your commuting convenience. 

1: Downtown 1 trains will run express from 96th to Chambers St from 9:45 pm to 5 am Monday through Friday. If you’re trying to get to any 1 local stops, you’re essentially going to have to go to an express stop and go back uptown.

2: There seem to be no service changes on the 2 this week but the website looks funky today so no guarantees.

3: There are no 3 trains from 11:45 pm to 5 am Monday through Friday.

A: Downtown (Ozone Park/Far Rockaway-bound) A trains are skipping all stops between 116th and 72nd from 10 pm to 5 am Monday through Friday.

B: Service ends early at 9 pm Monday through Thursday.

C: Downtown (Euclid Ave-bound) C trains are skipping all stops between 116th and 72nd from 9:45 pm to 10:30 pm Monday through Thursday.

D: No service changes around MoHi this week.

Not My Train via Bwog Archives

Mar

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With this guide, you can know how to act at 1020.

Q: Who is allowed to sit at the couches?

A: Anyone! First come first serve.

Q: How do you claim a booth?

A: You can wait for someone to leave and pounce, or you can find a booth with 1-2 people and ask if you can join them. If you choose the latter, you can either befriend the original inhabitants or be as loud and obnoxious as you can until they leave.

Q: Where am I supposed to put my coat?

A: There is a coat rack by the men’s bathroom, but there’s no guarantee that your coat will still be there when you come back for it. I recommend just holding onto it.

Q: Should I befriend the bartenders? 

A: Yes! If you go to 1020 anytime on a weekday or before peak hour on the weekend, the full-time bartenders will be there. During weekend peak hours, student bartenders are usually there. They are all great people!

Q: Will that help me get free drinks?

A: Maybe, but that shouldn’t be your reason for befriending the bartenders and you shouldn’t feel entitled to free drinks because you know them.

Q: Why are the bathrooms the way they are?

A: They are better bathrooms than any dive bar bathroom I’ve been to downtown. The location might seem illogical when the bar is packed, but if you go during off-peak hours, you’ll see that it’s fine where it is. Besides, where else could they put it?

Q: How can you get the bartender’s attention?

A: During peak hours, keep in mind that the bartenders each have like 20 other people trying to get their attention at once. Push through the couples making out and get to the bar, then send telepathy at them until they come to you.

Q: Do they have a movie schedule or playlist?

A: They usually play movies that can be watched with the sound off (action movies, old mafia movies, crime movies, etc.) – “nothing too cerebral,” as a woman sitting at the bar said when I went to ask. Otherwise, it’s completely random. No schedule, no playlist.

Q: How close can you sit next to a stranger on the bench/couch area in the back without being rude? 

A: There are two situations in which it’s socially acceptable to sit right next to a stranger: if you’re interested, and if it’s completely packed. Otherwise, leave at least one seat between you and the stranger for personal space.

Q: How hard can I push someone?

A: Hard enough to push past to get where you’re going, but not hard enough to spill their drink.

Q: What are the best drinks?

A: Yuengling is cheap ($4) and a lot better than PBR, so if you’re trying to get a beer, it’s a good bang for your buck. The cider is Stella, so it’s more expensive ($6) but I like it a lot. Apparently, if you’re on a diet, a vodka club is the way to go, but it tastes like watered down vodka. It’s so gross. If you’re trying to get wasted and make some bad decisions, get a Long Island Iced Tea. If you want a generic drink that doesn’t taste too much like alcohol to sip on, you have your vodka cran, vodka sour, whiskey sour, gin and tonic (bottom shelf gin, of course!), etc. If you’re trying to buy shots, you’re dumb; why didn’t you take shots at the pregame?

Q: Why is 1020 better than Mel’s? 

A: Because you’ll find me there on any given weekend night.

If you have any other questions, leave a comment or email youngweon@bwog.com and we will add it to the post.

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#CuomosMTA

When will the 2/3 return from war? The world may never know. Here are the planned service changes around Morningside Heights for this weekend. #NotMyMTA

1: The 1 will supposedly be running normally. Sounds fake, but okay. Obviously, this doesn’t include delays and whatnot. There are just no planned service changes.

2: The 2/3 is on some funky shit this weekend. Does this mean they will be running normally (with downtown express trains!) in the near future? One can only hope. Meanwhile, this weekend, there will be no 2 trains between 96th and 180th from 11:30 pm on Friday to 5 am on Monday. This doesn’t affect most of us MoHi dwellers too much since we usually transfer to the 1 at 96th anyway. As far as I can tell, the downtown 2 will be running express between 96th and Times Square. Big if true.

3: There are no 3 trains from 11:30 pm on Friday to 5 am on Monday. Again, this doesn’t affect us MoHi residents too much but be aware that the 2 will be your only express train option on the red line.

A: Downtown (Ozone Park/Far Rockaway-bound) A trains will skip 155th, 135th, and all stops between 116th and 72nd at night from 10 pm Friday to 5 am Monday. “At night” in MTA talk means midnight to 6 am. Pro tip: this means if you’re trying to go downtown, if you take the A from 125th, it becomes a super express all the way to 59th.

B: On Friday, service will end early at 9 pm.

C: Downtown (Euclid Ave-bound) C trains will skip 155th, 135th, and all stops between 116th and 72nd on Friday evening between 9:45 pm and 10:30 pm. Pro tip: this means if you’re trying to go downtown, if you take the C from 125th, it becomes a super express all the way to 59th.

D: No planned changes on the D near Morningside Heights this weekend.

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What happens in Hewitt stays in Hewitt

Hewitt’s B rating is just a way to hide from the CC boys that they have better scrambled eggs than John Jay and better avocado toasts (on Tuesdays) than Ferris. That is all.

Hewitt’s secret via Bwog Archives

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? I know it’s definitely not my train!

Hope you had a great break in a place that has a better transportation system than the MTA! Now you’re back in New York City, where evil (MTA) reigns. Here are the planned service changes around Morningside Heights for this week.

1: No planned changes for the 1 this week! It will stop doing that weird two-section operation where it skips Columbia’s campus.

2: The 2 will run local between 96th and Chamber Street in both directions at night after 10 pm from Monday to Thursday.

3: No planned changes for the 3! Take the 3 express instead of the 2 local when you’re going downtown at night this week.

A: No planned changes near MoHi for the A!

B: Service will end early at 9 pm from Monday to Thursday.

C: No planned changes near MoHi for the C!

D: No planned changes near MoHi for the D!

Not my train via Bwog Archives

Mar

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? I know it’s definitely not my train!

The Weekender is back! For those of you who are staying in New York this weekend, here are the service changes planned for this weekend. 

1: It seems like the 1 will be running normally. The usual inevitable delays aside, it will make stops at 110th, 116th, and those other stops that are important to us.

2: The downtown 2 will run local from 96th to Times Square from 10 pm Friday to 5 am Monday. No use transferring from the 1 when you go on that Tinder date downtown.

3: The downtown 3 is also running local. You might as well stay uptown since it will take about 2000 years to make it downtown with no express trains.

A: The downtown (Ozone Park/Far Rockaway-bound) A will skip every stop from 116th to 72nd during Late Night (which is defined as midnight to 6 am) from 10 pm Friday to 5 am Monday (normally, the A runs local at night). It will also skip some more stops south of 72nd but that’s not relevant to MoHi.

B: Service will end early at 9 pm this Friday (today).

C: On Friday from 9:45 pm to 10:30 pm the downtown (Euclid Ave-bound) C will be skipping every stop from 116th to 72nd.

D: From 9:30 pm Friday to 5 am Monday, the downtown (Coney-Island-bound) D will run local via the C from 145th to W 4th, which means it won’t do that sweet jump from Columbus Circle to 125th, but it will stop at 116th, 110th, 103rd, etc. on Manhattan Ave.

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? I know it’s definitely not my train!

We’re back for another week of MTA tomfoolery. Here are the inconveniences that administrative incompetence and state vs. city politics will cause you this week (Monday through Friday). Use this as a reference as you travel this week. Expect unexpected delays, per usual.

1: That same weird 1 service from last week is continuing through this week. Between 11 pm and 5 am, the 1 will run in two segments (south of 96th and north of 137th), leaving MoHi dwellers stranded in between. In other words, the 1 is skipping 103rd, 110th, 116th, 125th, etc. Shuttles will provide alternative service.

2: Downtown 2 trains will run local from 96th to Times Square after 10 pm until Thursday.

3: There are no 3 trains from 11:45 pm to 5 am. 1 and 2 trains make all 3 stops from Times Square to 135th.

A: From 11 pm to 5 am, uptown (Inwood-bound) A trains will skip all stops from 72nd to 163rd. The D is running local to make up for it.

B: Service will end early at 9 pm until Thursday.

C: From 9:45 pm to 11:30 pm, uptown C trains will skip all stops from 72nd to 163rd. Take the D local instead.

D: Uptown (Norwood-bound) D trains will run local from Columbus Circle to 145th to make up for the fact that the A and C trains are skipping almost a hundred blocks’ distance.

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Diana! is red!

Barnard Dining can seem confusing to newcomers but we promise it’s not that hard. Social Media Editor Youngweon Lee, a CC student™, mastered the ways of Barnard Dining to share with you. The information in this post is probably about 85% reliable. 

If you are tired of the Ferris-John Jay-JJ’s trifecta, go ahead and try a Barnard dining hall. You have two options: Diana and Hewitt.

Diana’s location is self-explanatory; it’s in the Diana center, on the second floor. You walk in through the Barnard gates on 117th and take a right towards the construction hole. You walk all the way past the construction hole to the red building. That’s Diana. The doors are really heavy so just be careful. You walk up the big stairs on your left immediately after you enter, and Diana Cafe will be right there. You can’t miss it.

Diana is open for lunch and dinner every day except Saturday. It’s unclear when lunch ends (2 pm?) but dinner starts around 5 or 5:30 pm and ends at 8 pm. Then, Diana late-night runs from around 9 pm to 11:45 pm.

During lunch, Diana doesn’t take meal swipes and you have to pay with either real money or dining dollars, but you can use your swipes (yes, even Columbia swipes!) at dinner. One swipe gets you an entree, two sides, and a fountain drink. The famous Diana white pizza is only available for lunch, however, and the smoothie station is a wrap station.

Things that count as an entree are two pieces of pizza, any burger or sandwich, a large soup, a large salad, and a smoothie. Diana used to have thin-crust pizza boxes for dinner, but now they just have large pies that you take two pieces from, which is a shame. I think the burgers are pretty good, personally. I like the bread better than JJ’s. If there are no burgers or chicken sandwiches ready, you can order one and just wait a few minutes. They do have vegan burger options as well.

Things that count as a side are fries, a small soup, a small salad, and a bag of chips from the shelf that’s closest to the burger station. The fries taste exactly like McDonald fries (which, in my book, is a good thing). I find that the salad bar is more diverse than the ones at Columbia dining. I especially like that they have palm hearts sometimes. There are a lot fewer options at late-night, though, so keep that in mind.

Moving onto Hewitt, this one can be a little hard to find. It’s in the basement of Barnard Hall, which is the big building immediately in front of you when you enter the Barnard gates. You walk down the stairs to your left once you’re inside, and wander around a bit until you see it. You can just swipe in like you would at Columbia.

I’ve only been to Hewitt breakfast, so I don’t know what lunch and dinner are like. At breakfast, they have your usual eggs and breakfast meats station, bread/pastries, yogurt/canned fruits, and a grill where they make you avocado toast. Because the avocado toast station is a grill, the bread is nicely toasted and they give you a fried egg on it, but you usually have to be prepared to wait a long time.

The scrambled eggs are more consistently cooked throughout than Ferris/John Jay scrambled eggs. I find that the scrambled eggs at Columbia dining halls are somehow really dry and really watery simultaneously, but the Hewitt eggs are better cooked and fluffier. The pastries are also really good and I highly recommend them. I had an amazing banana muffin that everyone should try before they graduate.

Hewitt also has a kosher food station, which I believe is the only full kosher food station on campus (both Columbia and Barnard). I’ve heard that if you look obviously non-Jewish and you try to eat from there, you will get “slapped.”

All that being said, Hewitt has a B health rating, so keep that in mind.

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? I know it’s definitely not my train!

One of the most confounding things about this accursed city is “The Weekender,” which is MTA speak for “it’s the weekend so obviously no one is trying to get anywhere so the subways will be fucked and there is nothing anyone can do about it!”

We looked through the MTA’s godforsaken website so you don’t have to; here are the status updates for trains around MoHi this weekend. Use this as a reference as you attempt to get places on the subway this weekend. Because it’s information from their website, this may or may not be reliable.

1: There is apparently no scheduled work on the 1. Notably, it looks like it’s going to be running to/from 116th instead of not going north of 96th.

2: As has been the case for the last few years (?), the downtown 2 will be running local between 96th and Times Square. No use transferring from the 1 when you’re heading downtown.

3: Same as the 2, the downtown 3 will be running local between 96th and Times Square.

A: The downtown (Ozone Park/Far Rockaway-bound) A will skip every stop from 116th to 72nd during Late Night (which is defined as midnight to 6 am) from 10 pm Friday to 5 am Monday (normally, the A runs local at night).

B: Service will end early at 9 pm on Friday.

C: On Friday evening (9:45 pm – 10:30 pm), Saturday, and Sunday, the downtown (Euclid Ave-bound) C will be skipping every stop from 116th to 72nd.

D: The uptown (Norwood-bound) D will run local via the C from W 4th to 145th, which means it won’t do that sweet jump from Columbus Circle to 125th, but it will stop at 116th, 110th, 103rd, etc. on Manhattan Ave.

If you have any requests for additional subway lines you would like us to cover in the future, let us know!

#NotMyMTA via Bwog Archives

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Editor’s note: This article discusses details of sexual assault.

The Southern District Court of New York has granted Columbia’s motion to dismiss Amelia Roskin-Frazee’s complaint that Columbia “created a culture of sexual hostility on campus and acted with deliberate indifference in responding to [her] report of sexual assaults and request for certain accommodations as a result of the assaults.”

According to the court document from the docket of the Southern District Court of New York (attached below), Amelia Roskin-Frazee was sexually assaulted in her dormitory room once in October 2015, and once in December 2015. She filed a lawsuit against Columbia in March 2017 alleging Title IX violations by the university.

In response to her complaint, Columbia claimed that “[Roskin-Frazee’s] own recitation of the events establishes that the University responded appropriately when she reported them and is not liable under Title IX” and motioned to dismiss her suit. The full account is available here.

On February 21, 2018, this motion for dismissal was granted by United States District Judge George B. Daniels. The basis for this was that the university’s responses to Roskin-Frazee’s requests (housing and academic accommodations) were not “clearly unreasonable.” The court document states that Roskin-Frazee’s “own allegations demonstrate that every time [she] requested either an academic or housing accommodation, [Columbia] responded to her request promptly.”

In regards to her first request (for a room change), the judge noted that Columbia did not know about her first assault at the time of the request (October 2015), and that had it known, it may have provided her with less “onerous” circumstances for housing accommodations.  As for her second request in September 2016 (that locks be installed on her suite door), the court document states that “once [Columbia] had actual knowledge of [her] rapes and began investigating them in September 2016, it responded to [her] Second Request promptly, without the imposition of any additional ‘onerous’ conditions.”

In addition, it is explained that when Roskin-Frazee requested academic accommodations through Disability Services in October 2015, she was contacted eight days later about the process through which she could receive accommodations. Roskin-Frazee alleged that she chose not to further pursue “such [a] lengthy process” and had to seek accommodations on her own. The court argues that because she does not identify “an academic accommodation she sought that she did not receive” anywhere in the complaint, it cannot be concluded that Columbia “acted in a clearly unreasonable manner.”

Furthermore, the court acknowledged that “the requirements presented to [Roskin-Frazee] for receiving academic accommodations may have been difficult for an individual in [her] situation to navigate,” but said that Columbia “was responding at a time when it had no knowledge of [her] initial rape.” Thus, “there is no plausible basis for concluding that Defendant responded to Plaintiffs requests for academic accommodations with deliberate indifference.”

Finally, according to the document, when Roskin-Frazee made a request in December 2016 (a few months after the university began the rape investigation) for housing accommodations for the 2017-2018 school year, it was granted in four days.

The main argument made by the court for granting the motion to dismiss her complaint is that Roskin-Frazee failed to “sufficiently allege that after acquiring actual knowledge of her assaults, Columbia responded in a clearly unreasonable manner.”

When The Blue and White Magazine asked Roskin-Frazee “for a statement on the lawsuit and whether she would be appealing the decision,” she gave no comment.

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Feb

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A running train, a rarity

The MTA is objectively the worst thing in the world, so we went through their awful website for planned service changes for this week so you don’t have to.

Here are the planned subway service changes for trains near Morningside Heights for this week (weekdays only). Use this as a reference as you travel this week. This information is from MTA’s website, so it may not be reliable, but at least it’s easier to read than their godforsaken website.

1: Basically, from 11 pm to 5 am during the week (Monday-Friday) this week and next week, the 1 train will run in two sections: south of 96th, and north of 137th. There will be no 1 trains between 96th and 137th, and the 1 will switch to the 3 after 96th. Free shuttles will provide alternate service. Uptown trains will skip 79th and 86th streets.

2: Downtown trains will run local until Times Square after 10 pm from Monday to Thursday until March 15th.

3: Downtown trains will run local from 96th to Times Square between 10 pm and 11:45 pm and there are no trains from 11:45 pm to 5 am during the week (Monday-Friday) this week and next week. 1 and 2 trains will make all 3 train stops between Times Square and 135th.

A: No planned service changes near MoHi this week.

B: There will be no trains after 9 pm this Monday through Thursday (February 26th-March 1st).

C: No planned service changes near MoHi this week.

Subway via Bwog Archives

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