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Duane Reade’s Facelift

After tripping over construction workers for weeks, Duane Reade is practically done with renovations. Bwog sent our Decoration Diva Angel Jiang to check it out, in honor of the five-aisled edifice to self-improvement.  The first thing to note about Duane Reade’s renovation is that the entrance, formerly in correspondence to the stairs to the lower level, is […]

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Lightness of Loads: Columbia University

Our faithful friends at Red Bull have created a “Strength of Schedule” contest to find the Columbia student with the busiest schedule.  But since we at Bwog know that all Columbians are truly just slackers at heart, we invite you to participate in our version: the Lightness of Load competition. Do YOU think you have […]

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