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How to Spend Fall Break in NYC

Not going home for Fall Break? Don’t fret. Bwog is here with some suggestions for you and your friends. Time to leave the MoHi bubble, maybe? Who says a staycation can’t be fun? You don’t need to leave the city for a taste of the outside world. Strengthen your New York identity and explore all the city has to […]

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Pretentious Summer Reading List

It’s the end of your first year, and memories from the first day of LitHum begin to haunt you. How were you so behind on reading? One by one, your classmates entered the room and began discussing the many works of fiction and non-fiction that they had read over the summer. You couldn’t believe the […]

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Bwoglines: College In The City Edition

Desperate for an escape from midterms? Try faking a coma for two years like this guy did. (Gawker) Taylor Swift wrote an ode to New York for her new album, and it’s not great. (Gothamist) The war on smoking continues! It may cost more for you to fill your prescription at a pharmacy where they […]

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