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Houses And Homes: Little Conch Key, Florida

Throughout the summer, Bwog Staff spent their times in cool locations around the globe. On this, the last day of Summer 2019, we bring you a tropical installment of Houses & Homes.

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Houses And Homes: Paris, France

Houses & homes is a summer series in which Bwog highlights the windows of CU students wherever they are. Today’s house and home is brought to you by Alma Bwogger Youngweon Lee from Paris with love. Submit your view and five senses to tips@bwog.com to be featured!

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Houses And Homes: Athens, Greece

Want to get an inside look into athentic Greek life? Our next Houses and Homes post comes to you from Athens, where Bwogger Danielle Mikaelian vacationed with some of her future floormates. If you want to join in on the scenery-sharing action, send your five senses and a photo (or two) to tips@bwog.com. Where: A second […]

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Houses And Homes: Battery Park

Houses & homes is a summer series in which Bwog highlights the windows of CU students wherever they are. Today’s house and home is brought to you by Alma Bagel Amara Banks. Submit your view and five senses to tips@bwog.com to be featured! Edit, 8/20, 3 pm: A previous version of this post mistakenly identified our […]

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Houses And Homes: Columbus Circle

Our next Houses and Homes post comes to you from the middle of New York City, where Bwogger Lucy Danger is catsitting. If you want to join the scenery-sharing action, send your five senses and a photo (or two) to tips@bwog.com. Where: A 14th floor apartment off of Columbus Circle, where I’m catsitting and staying […]

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Houses And Homes: St. Croix

Every August, Bwog takes a minute to reflect on the cool (and sometimes not-so-cool) places we’ve lived over the summer before we all return to Morningside Heights for the fall. Houses And Homes asks: where did you spend your time and what does home mean to you this summer? Idris O’Neill is kicking off this […]

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Houses And Homes: Atop Chapati House

Melissa Ho (CC ’19) comes to us from a less exotic locale—a charming, rodent-infested Harlem apartment with an uncommunicative super. In between her city internship and gallery hopping, this contributor is kept awake by irritants, including the animal, human, and ambient. Feel free to share in the fun (?) by sending in your own impressions […]

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Houses & Homes: Colorado

As the end of the summer approached, Events Editor Lexie Lehmann took some time to unplug at a contemporary Buddhist monastery in Crestone, CO for a meditation and yoga retreat. This Bwogger is a city girl at heart so it was definitely a bit of a culture shock to immerse herself in ~nature~ for a little […]

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Houses And Homes: Melbourne

Our next Houses and Homes comes to you from the Land Down Under, where it’s cold enough to eat soup and lit enough for Melbourne’s youth to get merry. Share your own summer sights by sending us a picture (or two!) and describing the other four senses of your home to tips@bwog.com. Where: A mildly […]

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Houses And Homes: Manhattan, Still

Next up in Houses and Homes is somewhere we all call home at some point in the year. Show us where you’ve been passing your days–send us a snap of your spot and describe the other four senses in an email to tips@bwog.com.   Where: A Washington Heights sublet, shared with five near-strangers and down the street from the highest natural […]

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Houses And Homes: Seattle

So it’s the middle of August, the Sunday of summer. As you wind down your internships and wild international adventures, we welcome back our end-of-summer series on where we spend our time and what home is to us this summer. Want to be part of the fun (did you mean: childhood nostalgia)? Send your Houses […]

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Houses And Homes: Hong Kong

It’s that time of year again…time to reevaluate what “home” means, as you pack up your summer life and head back to MoHi. Where was your home these past few months? Parents’ place? Summer house? Sublet? Tent? Hostel? Wherever it was, we want to know! Bwog is running its annual Houses and Homes series. Send […]

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Houses And Homes: Carman Dingle

Bwog has been all over the world but also close to home this past summer. To continue our Houses and Homes series, Managing Editor Courtney Couillard shares with us her experience living in a Carman Hall dingle as an RA for the Columbia High School Program. If you went somewhere special (or normal) and want […]

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Houses And Homes: Montreux, Switzerland

We’re continuing our annual Houses and Homes series with another Bwogger’s vacation destination. Ross Chapman ran off to Switzerland for a little while and wishes he had a better camera. If you want to show off your summer house, awesome room, or favorite bowling alley, send a picture and five-sensed description to tips@bwog.com.  Where: Montreux, Switzerland–a […]

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Houses And Homes: Fort Erie, Ontario

Before the summer ends and we’re all back in Boringside Heights, Bwog wants to highlight your Houses and Homes! Send a picture of your vacation spot/triple-monitor set-up at work/tiny apartment in the city/sprawling backyard in the middle of nowhere to tips@bwog.com, and don’t forget to include where you are, what it smells like, what it sounds […]

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