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In Case You Haven’t Read The Blue Java Pastry Cards

I’ve probably spent more of my life in Blue Java than I have in my own suite kitchen, so I’ve wasted a great deal of time staring at and connecting with the little cards stuck in the pastries. But I assume (hope) most of you guys have lives and haven’t really noticed how ridiculous some of them […]

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Tinder Archetype: The Football Player

Swiping through Tinder on another night of procrastination, you see him again and again. The Football Player. He really wants you to know that he plays football. Specifically for Columbia. Which belongs to the Ivy League. Which technically counts as D1. His bio might read something like “D1 quarterback for Columbia University #ivy” or “D1 […]

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Bwog In Bed: Chicken Tinder Edition

Today is Saturday, your break from a long week of sneaking fragrant Spaghetti Meatball HamDel sandwiches in Ref Room. Go outside and enjoy the weather! It’s not supposed to rain today; instead, the humidity will be at 93% without a chance of any sunshine all day.  Bwogline: KFC has officially launched its campaign for edible fingernail polish […]

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