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Stocking Your Dorm Pantry: A Bwog Guide To The Essentials

As summer creeps away and September slowly approaches, returning to school is on everyone’s mind.

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Cooking With Bwog, John Jay And Ferris Edition: Honey-Baked Pears

Turkey Day is Thursday! This first-year Bwogger has the perfect recipe for the season: Honey-Baked Pears using ingredients gathered strictly from John Jay and Ferris! If you’re on campus over break, why not give them a try? And if you’re headed home, remember that Ferris and John Jay will be here to welcome you with […]

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Atlas Kitchen Shines Despite Some Minor Imperfections: A Review

Staff Writer Jake Tibbetts recently joined Staff Writer Danielle Mikaelian on a trip to Atlas Kitchen, the new Chinese restaurant located at 109th St. Though the service wasn’t everything that the two of them had hoped for, they both believe that the institution has quite a bit of potential—and one hell of a brilliant menu. […]

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People Hop: @tooomuchfoood’s Morgan Raum

I created a secret food Instagram a while back to keep track of the best places to eat in NYC, and also to just feast my eyes on different angles of mac n’ cheese when bored in recitations. After several months of following, realized that a Barnard student was running one of my favorite accounts, […]

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