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Two Bwoggers checked out the brand new pop-up dining experience outside of Wien Hall to bring you their definitive review: this shit bussin’.

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Staff writers Maya and Arlette went on a long and treacherous journey (to 115th) to investigate one of NYC’s biggest mysteries: Mr. Softee’s truck.

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Enjoying the warm weather? In the mood for some early-summer fruit? Now you can take the edge off the impending doom of finals with a visit to Playa Bowls!

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Searching for a great pizza spot? Look no further than Barnumbia’s dining halls! Or maybe don’t.

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Deputy Editor Sophie Conrad force feeds London Fog tea to poor victim Deputy News Editor Emma Burris. (Warning: too emotional.)

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Columbia Culinary Society’s Restaurant Week shined a spotlight on how Mel’s, a consistent neighborhood favorite, is striving to change its vibe.

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Is it worth going to the Math Building just to snack and vibe? Bwog critics Alec and Layla give their candid opinion.

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Juggle JJ’s Jungle Juice jugs jeering jubilated jests!

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