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The State of Dining: 2011-2012

Though changes in Dining aren’t as drastic as last year’s, some business is going on, and we think there are some bits in here you’ll like. JJ will offer new items such as “sandwiches and sliders at the Pizza Station, and new specialty burger and sandwich options at the grill.” JJ’s Place will have expanded hours […]

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ESC: Instant-Runoff Voting! Bureaucracy!

The ESC also met Monday night. Bwog’s Sean Zimmermann was there. The council spent most of the time before the election discussing the current dining survey, and the results so far. Common student complaints on the survey included the extensive crowding of Ferris, especially on the weekends, the lack of takeout in JJs, and confusion […]

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Admins Announce, Fail to Explain Barnard’s New Required Meal Plan

What’s that, Barnard students? You were excited about the opening of the Vag Diana? Looking forward to all the exciting new dining options, such as “a state-of-the-art dining room and Liz’s Place, an expanded and improved-upon replacement for Java City.” Well, even if you weren’t giddy with anticipation, you’ll have to spend some money there: […]

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Columbia Points: Pointless

Dining would like to remind you that the heady days of freshmen’s Columbia Points are no more. This year, the points were abolished in favor of Dining Dollars for all. Really! The dining website says so. Besides having a marginally less embarrassing name, the only advantage of Dining Dollars is that they don’t expire at […]

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Wilma… She’s Irreplaceable

 Screen shot of “Wilma’s Anthem” “To the left, to the left. When your omelet’s done it’ll be to the left” rings the creative chorus of “Wilma’s Anthem,” a YouTube music video made by two Columbia students to celebrate their John Jay dining experience.  Though there’s no way to be sure, Bwog assumes this video and […]

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ESC Last Night: Co-Ed Doubles and a New 212

The weekly ESC meeting never fails to provide all sorts of drama. Bwog’s Drama Junkie Sean Zimmermann was on hand last night to lap it up. Good Samaritan policies, smoking rules, wifi in class rooms, and dining services changes were among the major topics discussed at this evening’s ESC meeting, the last of which triggering […]

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