With the West End shut for renovations and Butler closing at six on the weekends, Bwog has lately resigned itself to Saturday nights sitting on the Steps with the high schoolers who have taken over campus. Fed up, last Saturday the Bwog team embarked on a midnight scavenger hunt across Manhattan, a five-hour chase that drew 30 people broken into teams. Among the night’s highlights: a member of “Jesus for Jews” nearly getting knocked out after asking two girls to make out in front of Chicken and Rice, “something dirty in Spanish” riding a mechanical pony in a Lower East Side bar, sneaking into the garage of the Dakota for a photo of Yoko Ono’s car, and several mohawks and salami headbands. For coming in second, Bwog’s “red team” made a one dollar profit on the night.
Above: Senior Editor Marc Tracy, having bagged a slice of bacon cheeseburger pizza. More photos after the jump.
Below left: Editor-in-Chief Avi, who sighted “a couple of dramatically different heights.” No, of course we didn’t tell them that.
Below right: Bwog editor-at-large Izumi Devalier spotted an elusive Hummerzine. Not pictured: the douchebags inside it.