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   Photo by Jon Hill A Bwog tipster has sent in a report of dastardly doings in John Jay. Last Monday, unsavory characters entered the 10th floor lounge and made off with an 8-by-10-foot flokati rug.  JJ10ers point out that “the carpet is extremely heavy,” making it difficult to move very far or very fast, […]

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Yesterday, in search of relatively cheap and relatively nice-looking dorm room staples, Bwog spent the dreary afternoon at Ikea, Red Hook’s biggest and brightest mega-store. And while the Ikea Red Hook was a sight to behold, the overall experience was a minor success for Bwog’s dorm room and major’s set-back for Bwog’s budget.  Here are […]

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Until this week, the Wallach Skylounge’s zippy name was its only appeal to studiers in search of space. It was notorious for its smell – a dank bouquet of mouse droppings and sweat – and its furniture – one backless couch and a couple of spinecurlingly low tables. But Housing has worked its magic and […]

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