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Take a break from studying (or not studying) an mosey on down to Broadway Presbyterian Church for some pancakes and midnight solidarity! From 11 pm to 1 am tonight, our friends at everyone’s favorite progressive church in MoHi will be servin’ up fuel for your late-night/early morning trips to Riverside Park (we all know what you’re […]

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In the coming hours you will receive an email asking for your participation in an annual survey that Dining Services is conducting on all on-campus dining institutions.  Do you like them?  Are they too expensive?  Those are the kinds of answers they are looking for!  To further motivate you, they’re offering to donate a total […]

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The Local Flavor burrito shop at Broadway Presbyterian on 114th re-opened in early February.  They’re currently operating from 11-3 on Tuesdays and Thursdays, so Bwog stopped by today to take some pictures and taste test. The reincarnation of Local Flavor is more or less the same operation as last year – an experimental entrepreneurial project […]

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