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Senior Wisdom: Daniel Bonner

Name, Hometown, School: Daniel Bonner; Johannesburg, South Africa and Dallas, Texas, USA; Columbia College Claim to fame? Gave you $$ as SGB Vice Chair, spent it as Hillel & Yavneh Prez. Founder, BonnerJams90 Inc. Where are you going? Staying in the city to work, finally explore below 110th street, and see how long I can stay away from […]

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AskBwog: What Is Cafe Nana?

Everybody has questions, and Bwog has your answers. In this edition of AskBwog, an intrepid explorer reports on a café that you’re probably either very familiar with or have never heard of before. Read of the delights below. Dear Bwog, Every time I walk down to Riverside Park for my morning run I see the […]

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A Hidden Hillel Gem

Kosher cuisine specialist Carly Silver reports from 115th Street. Amid Moroccan tents and colorful cushions lies a Middle Eastern eating experience on our very own campus. Bella Alayof brings international flavors to Café Nana, her kosher restaurant in Columbia/Barnard Hillel. Born in Uzbekistan, Alayof emigrated to Israel when she was 17 like many Jews making […]

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