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Bwoglines: Priorities Edition

For some people, today is only about one thing– the Super Bowl. (ESPN) For others, it’s not so much about the game as it is about the halftime show, or maybe the drunk food. (MTV, Gawker) If Madonna and nachos have no allure, you could always head to the library. But be warned–even once you’re […]

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Carpet Diem

Here are the things you could do at Koronet’s last semester: Gorge yourself on giant pizza slices Use the awning as a smoking haven when it’s raining out, you want a cigarette, and the Mel’s bouncers are being particularly ornery Abuse the parmesan cheese and red pepper flake station Here are the things you can […]

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Fifth Time’s A Charm

If you’re not already too full and exhausted from all the Joe cupping, hot chocolate, challah braiding, and whipped cream tossing, then brace yourself for late night snacks! Between 11 pm and 1 am tonight, the Lerner Party Space will host a Columbia kickoff for the 2011 Relay For Life. So walk, jog, or stumble […]

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