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With the weather turning colder and the sun setting at 4 PM, sipping your favorite warm drink both warms you up and puts a little pep in your step as we trudge toward finals. But with all the options in and around Columbia’s campus, finding the best option of putting liquid light in your life can […]
According to our calendars, winter is supposedly right around the corner and with it, the excuse to buy copious amounts of your favorite warm drink. For Bwoggers Abby Rubel and Isabel Sepúlveda, that’s hot chocolate. Yesterday, they did the legwork for you and found the best hot chocolate in MoHi. (Because it has to snow […]
2Girls1Snack is BACK! Staff writers Hadley Callaway and Layla Alexander tried out various muffins from around campus because who doesn’t like muffins? Here are their reviews of different muffins from MoHi. It was a drowsy Saturday afternoon. The light had started to intensify in the Butler windows, blinding us as the sun sang its final […]
Like off-brand toilet paper and the John Jay rice bowls, spicy tuna rolls are really hit or miss. If you get one from the right place, they can serve as a perfect deli lunch, but if you hit up the wrong joint, they can also serve as a perfect disappointment. Bwog Bagel Amara presents you with a […]
Columbia students are surprisingly loyal to their halal carts. Whether there was a cart right next to your freshman dorm, or you thought the halal guy was very attractive, you may have developed a preference. But does the food stand up to the fandom? 2Girls (Timmy Wu and Ross Chapman… don’t ask) bravely subjected themselves […]
What’s hot, meaty, and feels soooo right? Fried chicken, of course! In our semesterly revival of 2girls1snack, first-year Bwog writers Alex Tang and Victoria Arancio sample various versions of our favorite guilty pleasure, available at places near you in uptown Manhattan. Sylvia’s Restaurant (Lennox Avenue & 127th, Harlem) It’s Thursday afternoon, and it’s been a long […]
It’s finally fucking cold out; and what better way to celebrate than with milkshakes? Bwog Dailies Sarah Dahl (vegetarian) and Emma Seely-Katz (vegan) couldn’t agree more, which is why they took on the 2Girls1Snack mission to review various Manhattan milkshakes. Sluuurp! Champs (vegan shakes), 197 Meserole Street, Brooklyn We were predisposed toward this place because […]
It’s the beginning of another semester, meaning that it’s once again time for a perennially short-lived Bwog tradition. 2Girls1Snack takes you around the neighborhood to explore the many tasty (and often not-so-tasty) foods and drinks of MoHi. We won’t disclose which 2Writers wrote this article, but they follow in the footsteps of 2Girls across history in their […]
In this edition of 2Girls1Snack, baby Bwoggers Megan Fillion and Sarah Dahl bring you through the adventures of two overly-gluttonous girls jumping from club to club around campus, masking themselves as women of diverse interests. Quad Cares – Mondays 8-9 pm, Sulzberger Quad (Barnard) Basically, Sulz RAs are saints, because they host weekly nights of games […]
In this edition of 2girls1snack, Olivia Setzer and Veronica Brusilovski, two first-years living on opposite sides of Broadway, venture into the jungle of cheap tapioca pearls and sub-par black milk tea. In the span of two blocks, they uncover the best, worst, and most mediocre bubble teas in MoHi. Cafe East – Lerner Hall Price: $3.49 […]