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As many of our interviewees will attest, Bwog loves to invade personal space. Professors’ offices are no exception to our clear ignorance of social cues. This week, Senior Surfing Specialist Briana Last stalked checked out Anthropology Professor Paige West’s sweetest of digs. If you know of any other hop-worthy offices, send ’em our way at […]

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The long-awaited fitness room in Carman is complete and opened under the radar and ahead of schedule, and Bwog was on the scene to give a quick tour. The room itself is small, probably no larger than 300 square feet and, for the time being, there seems to be quite a bit of empty space […]

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Bwog always tries to get in shape and pay attention to sports, but Milano is just too convenient and our beds are suuuper comfy. Nevertheless, we’ve gathered up some motivation and have attempted to combine these endeavors with our new athletic feature, BwogBuns. Today, fitness guru Raphaelle Debenedetti explains how to participate in a pick-up […]

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It’s the morning after Thanksgiving and you feel fat. Exercise! Diana Clarke sacrificed her knuckles for the sake of Bwog and health. If you take the steps at 108th Street down into Riverside Park and veer south, you’ll follow the stone steps of an amphitheater down to a patch of sand overlooking the Hudson. The […]

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Bwog’s blurry photo experts have spotted a jogger on the Dodge track who is believed to be none other than PrezBo in a fetching black, blue and yellow spandex ensemble.

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