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Inside New York’s Guide to Spring Break

Staying in the city for your school’s break? Visiting for the week? Check out Inside New York‘s editors’ picks for the best events happening this week: Monday, March 12 Open Mic Monday @ Nuyorican Poets Cafe Participate or just join the enthusiastic office at one of NYC’s most loved and best known poetry slams! 236 […]

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A Guide to the Weekend from InsideNewYork

For those staying in New York over the break, our friends at InsideNewYork were kind enough to throw together this guide of events going on this weekend. Finally, Midterm madness has come to an end—or at least a pause—for the two days off we at Columbia so dearly treasure as Fall Break.  Step out of […]

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Guide to the Weekend: Valentine’s Day Edition

Bwog is teaming up with Inside New York to ship out Columbians by the masses to locations throughout NYC. Make sure to check out the “Guide to the Weekend” and the INY weekly blog for motivation to look beyond Netflix and into the wonderful opportunities south of 110th. Pourhouse Your Heart: A refuge for singles […]

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