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Looking back, Bwog might have jumped the gun with the first Chopped: Sophomore Slump recipe. It was early in the semester, your fridge was still stocked with some of the groceries your mom left you, and you actually had the energy to concoct a real meal. Now, it’s the tail end of midterm season and […]

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This week on Chopped: Bwog Edition, two fresh-faced Bwog staffers make the trek down to 113th Street to cobble together a meal for Senior Staff Writer Rachel Deal. Using only their wits and the contents of a sophomore’s fridge, photographer Phoebe Newton and another staffer present a recipe perfect for combating academic fatigue. Even though we’re […]

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Bwog Chopped is back after a long hiatus with Internal Editor Britt Fossum attempting to create a culinary masterpiece out of the bare cabinets of our Arts Editor. This week’s recipe is for those with a strong constitution and an excess of tomato soup. I was told that all I would have to work with […]

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