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Drinking With Bwog: Bwog Goes Green

In honor of Earth week, we thought we’d provide you with some drinks that are easy on the environment…and/or that are just green. (If nothing else, they can double as St. Patrick’s Day drinks, because we all know that’s a day with a shortage of alcohol.) Although it’s kind of hard to say which drinks […]

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Go Green Or Go Home: Columbia Eco Challenge

Columbia University recently began the “Energy Challenge 2013,” a Go Green initiative running from April 1st to April 26th. For this month, select undergraduate residence halls*, will compete to save the most energy. After the competition is over, students are able to resume their normal, energy-wasting activities, such as running the shower for over 20 […]

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