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It’s the collaboration between mediocre food and inspiring quotes you never knew you needed. On some level, you subconsciously manifested this post into existence. Congratulations.

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Spring Break has finally arrived, and we’re peacing out. We may be gone, but we’re never far, so make sure to send any wild Spring Break tips to us at tips@bwog.com. If you’re still feeling residual stress, we recommend some art therapy with Columbia-themed coloring book pages (featuring buff Prezbo). Or, if you’re looking for music […]

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As you wake up on your last real weekend of college, look toward the very near future. Cartoon by Abigail Santner

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Buy the Miracle on the Hudson, sort of. (City Room) Bye, Conan! (Daily Intel) Rejoice: the Z train will be spared by the M.T.A. (NY Times) 4.8 million people watched the Jersey Shore finale. O hai, season 2! (The Vulture)

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It’s Friday! Need even more incentive to blow off working ahead on that big paper? One of the Butler lawns is open!   Quick, before the sun sets! Then again, temperatures are supposed to be in the 80s until Tuesday, so you’ve got plenty of time to enjoy the heat.   – Photo by JCD

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