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Drinking With Bwog: Back To School


To prove to Daddy I’m not a fool

Welcome back, everyone!  It’s Thursday and you know what that means: it’s time for Drinking With Bwog.

This week, we want to celebrate each of the returning classes.  Try out these fab drinks, designed by your super-knowledgable Bwog staff to fit what you probably have in your room right now.


  • Nikolai
  • Bacardi
  • Orange juice
  • Coke from the new John Jay vending machine

Pour all ingredients into a red solo cup, swirl by motion.

The Sophomore Slump

  • Half cup Gordon’s gin
  • Half cup tonic from that kid down the hallway

Mix with the fork you stole from John Jay.

The Third Time’s A Charm

  • 1 oz. Fireball Whisky
  • 2.5 oz. raspberry lemonade
  • A lemon wedge you can’t remember if you or your stRuggles suitemate bought

Serve to friends in a mug, since you already ran out of regular cups and feel too free to clean your dishes quite yet.

The Columb14

  • 1 cup blanco Vermouth
  • 1/2 cup pineapple juice
  • 1/2 cup white cranberry juice
  • Ice

Make as much as you want in a pitcher, mix with a ladle like lemonade.  Use a sponge and soap when you have to clean the mess off your EC kitchen counter tomorrow morning.

Your first grade teacher’s cover photo via Shutterstock

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