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Chinese Food In MoHi: La Salle

Staff Writer Vivian Zhou is starting a series on the Chinese food around Morningside Heights. This week, she hiked up the Broadway hill to La Salle Dumpling Room. Here are her thoughts.  We all get homesick. For some people home is a literal 10-minute walk away. For me, home is more than 10,000 miles away, […]

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Senior Wisdom: Joseph Powers

Joseph Powers – known to many as Bwog’s former Internal Editor (or, Bwog Dad), and to many others as the guy who wrote that weird deer overseen a couple of years ago – discusses posts that probably shouldn’t have been published and experiences with math TAs that should. (If some of this advice sounds like […]

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Live at Lerner: Kings

Maybe we’ll never be royals but we can still see Kings at noon in the Lerner Piano Lounge. That’s right, folks, we’ve got another Live at Lerner today, featuring a selection of miso soup, rice noodles with vegetables, kimchi fried rice, assorted dumplings, and even some fortune…cookies.  The band, Kings, is promised to have “tight vocal harmonies, […]

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Trucks Stop On College Walk, Hope You Do Same

In a tasty collaboration between Bacchanal and the new city guide Cheatsheet, four of New York’s most scrumptious food trucks will be parked on College Walk today and tomorrow. Zigzag your way to the center of campus between 12 and 4 pm to find Rickshaw Dumplings and Mexicue ready and waiting to help power you […]

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Pretty Darn Close to a Free Lunch

The season of free food (when student groups actually have time to plan and realize their events) is in full swing. Live at Lerner presents a luncheon concert, pairing heaps of foods with the croonings of Jake Snider. For the price of one swipe into Lerner, you can access these things from 12:15 – 1:15. […]

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QuickTix: You’re In Luck Edition

Out of every fourteen days, one Wednesday is chosen–today is that hallowed day when Bwog divulges news of the TIC. Tickets sold for on-campus events this past week: 3200 On-Campus: Dumpling Fest: November 18th, 7:30pm, Lerner Party Space, $6. Tickets. Toy Story 3: November 18th, 9:30pm, Roone Arledge Cinema, $3. Tickets. KCST’s Macbeth: November 18th-20th,8pm, […]

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CSC Lunar Gala 2010

It is now the Year of the Tiger, which means that it’s time for social upheaval and erratic changes. Last night was also time for the Chinese Students Club’s annual Lunar Gala. Cecilia Chen, CC ’12, shares her experience of the festive evening. This year’s Lunar Gala featured an art show and a fashion show, though perhaps the highlight of the […]

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