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Bwoggers Vivian Zhou and Eliza Staples review Latenite, Columbia’s silliest theatre tradition and the only one for which a review could include the phrases “‘beeps’ and ‘boops,'” “orange morph suit,” and “hair emporium.”

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Who are Zack, Jenny, or Zoe? Our Bwog board. The people who run this place. Our bosses. 

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Staff Writer Caroline Mullooly and Deputy Editor Vivian Zhou combine their vast cooking knowledge together to help you have a smooth-sailing Thanksgiving…haha just kidding, Thanksgiving is never smooth-sailing, but we ARE giving you a few cooking tips. 

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Neuroscience major and deputy editor Vivian Zhou is super excited about the new Neuroscience department at Barnard and wants to tell you all about it!!!!

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Have you ever wondered whether or not certain less genotypical traits such as mental illness, anxiety, or PTSD can have intergenerational effects? Deputy Editor Vivian Zhou is a Neuro major, so it was only appropriate that she went to cover the symposium on this topic. 

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You’re in lecture, you look around…to your right, Johnson Jayson is trying to fit four back to back classes in one day; to your left, Barney Ard is trying to take 21 credits at once. Yes. It’s that time of year again. 

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Deputy Editor Vivian Zhou and Staff Writer Caroline Mullooly review happy hour at Eli’s Wine Bar, a new spot in the place of the infamous Infamous Bistro at 1012 Amsterdam Avenue.

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Imagine this: you’re at a party, just another typical-Friday-night-my-club-is-throwing-a-“social”-in-a-dorm type party. The host tells you, drinks this way. You arrive at the “drinks” and you see a handle of Smirnoff, a bottle of cranberry juice, and other sorry excuses for drinks and mixers. What do you do?

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There comes a time when us staffers at Bwog have a little bit of a disagreement: this time it’s about the popular tea drink (or not tea) that contains tapioca (or not).  

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Deputy Editor Vivian Zhou and New Bwogger Lynne Irvin are avid fans of the Diana Center Café. Such avid fans that they will love and accept her even if she’s growing up and going through some changes. 

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

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Welcome to our unofficial guide to the best places in the neighborhood. Some may seem pretty obvious and others may sound a little unfamiliar. Put all these restaurant names in a hat and draw one out every time you’re tired of pasta at Ferris or fries at JJs. Compiled by Jackson Jibbitz and Vivian Zhou.

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Just steps away from Shake Shack (not sure if that’s a pro or con), 600 W 116th Street is a conveniently located, suite-style dorm. Now that 6-person Barnard groups have gotten their numbers, upperclassmen– read on if you’re not feeling so confident; rising sophomores, read on if you’re feeling lucky. 

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