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Everything To Know About e’s Bar

e’s Bar had their highly anticipated grand opening night last Thursday and is stepping in to fill the void left by Amigos. We here at Bwog had some curiosities, as we do, so we asked them some questions and got some answers. (The interview has been lightly edited for readability.)  Bwog: Who is e and […]

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Bwog Brings You, You Guessed It, BCE (Big CC Energy)

Here it is. We’ve saved the most basic for last. Bwog worked behind the scenes for months tinkering with these formulas and we can finally present you with the final work in this series (probably). CC students are the largest part of Columbia’s largest undergraduate population, and as such, make for the best sample size for […]

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Masks, Madness And The Mannons: KCST’s Mourning Becomes Electra

This Wednesday, Guest Writer Sophie Tobin attended the dress rehearsal of KCST’s Mourning Becomes Electra by Eugene O’Neill, based on the Ancient Greek Oresteia. Despite some successful design and directing elements, the show was dragged down by acting that didn’t live up to its difficult script. The King’s Crown Shakespeare Troupe’s production of Mourning Becomes […]

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Freshman Year Peak: I Escaped CAVA

This Bwogger is now a junior in Columbia College. She does not run out of ambulances anymore. We left to go to EC, but then one of us got hungry, so we decided to go to JJ’s. Next thing I knew, one of my middle school friends threw up into a clear plastic garbage bag in […]

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Cooking With Bwog: A Millennial’s Guide To Avocado Toast

The Avocado… Millennials have given this fruit a bad rep because they spend $15 plus dollars on a measly slice of usually under-toasted Bunny bread with a glob of some underwhelming, unseasoned, green swamp monster guts (mostly in order to take a picture of it in front of some up-lit, paisley LA wallpaper that will […]

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To The Junzi Dumpling Man

It was 12:30 AM in the morning. My suitemates and I had just finished watching a movie, and we didn’t like any of the options on Postmates. The surprisingly chilly weather almost stopped us from our venture for food, but we bundled up and headed outside. Everyone else on the street was dressed up and […]

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ArtistHop: Eden Gordon, Musical Playwright Extraordinaire

Books and plays and exhibits, oh my! ArtistHop is a new column spotlighting talented artists in the Columbia community who have recently done something notable. This week, we profile Eden Gordon (BC ’19), writer and musical director for the original NOMADS play premiering this weekend, The Other Side. 1. Name, school/year, and tools of your trade? Eden Arielle Gordon, Barnard […]

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Bwoglines: We’re Living In A Madam Secretary Episode Edition

Happening in the World: Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammad bin Salman announced yesterday that he will work to “bring to justice those who are responsible” for the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Saudi Arabian officials have recently stated that Khashoggi died while in a chokehold after fighting at the consulate, but Turkish and US officials […]

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