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Bwog staffer Will Lyman has made it his life goal to sneak into the elusive Lerner Hall undetected. Today, he shares his story.

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Staff Writer William Lyman explores magazine subscriptions and the journey to Wien on a rainy day.

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Bwog Staff Writer and John Jay Resident William Lyman breaks down the problem with water fountains in his building. 

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New Staff Writer and JJs connoisseur Will Lyman shares tips and tricks for making the most out of The People’s Dining Hall in a special edition of Cooking With Bwog.

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With the sudden closing of e’s Bar in December 2019, residents of Morningside Heights are wondering what will be next to occupy the space between 112th and 113th St. Without any research or grounding in reality, here are my ideas:

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Columbia As Tik Toks

Did you spend hours on Tik Tok over winter break and now you can’t seem to stop? Guest Bwogger William Lyman feeds our addiction in the best way possible – Columbia as Tik Toks.

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