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Houses and Homes: Canada

Continue on our tour of your classmates’ summer houses and homes. And send your own to tips@bwog.com! Today’s location is very summer-appropriate… Where: Sauble Beach, on Lake Huron in Ontario, Canada Sight: Sound: Waves crashing and kids shouting. And that swing set on the right is incredibly creaky. Smell: Wet sand, wood smoke, and sunscreen. […]

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Houses and Homes: Jordan

Your fellow students come from near and far (#diversity). They also spend their summers in a wide range of places. We’re highlighting as many of them as we can before we’re all back in Morningside Heights for the fall. So send a pic and a few details about your summer accommodations to tips@bwog.com. Today’s home […]

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Houses And Homes: Ukraine

Bwog wants to know where you are this summer. So that we can build our community, or maybe just because we’re nosy. Exotic or mundane, impressive or depressing, send a picture and a few details to tips@bwog.com. Our first location, from Jordan L. GS’16… Where: Kyiv, Ukraine, in a building owned by the U.S. Embassy. […]

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