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As Winter Wonderland part deux is in session, Columbia Dining hastily makes preparations for the frigid winter. Amidst transporting hot leftovers to starving brunch-goers, someone couldn’t keep up and spilled the beans. As the powdery chaos continues, Bwog can’t help but feel like this snow day is missing something.

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The fabulous Live at Lerner series continues this afternoon at 12 in the Piano Lounge. This week showcases the musical stylings of The Loom, who say of their sound, “we’re a rock band but it’s kind of folky,” and their latest album, “it is a simple search for joy.”  The band was deemed “The Next Big […]

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Bwog has developed a cult following of freegans, moochers, and snackers who rely on us to provide them with the latest and greatest free food tips. Their leader has made themself known to us, and shall henceforth be reporting regularly on the quality, quantity and pizazz of free food events around campus. We present you […]

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Welcome to the next issue of Cooking with Bwog, where we bring you a few recipes made easier by the fact that many of the ingredients come from a can. If you have any dorm-style or Columbia-style cooking inspirations and would like to share with Bwog’s culinary team, or you have a mind-bwoggling cooking dilemma, […]

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