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2Girls1Snack: Milkshakes

It’s finally fucking cold out; and what better way to celebrate than with milkshakes? Bwog Dailies Sarah Dahl (vegetarian) and Emma Seely-Katz (vegan) couldn’t agree more, which is why they took on the 2Girls1Snack mission to review various Manhattan milkshakes. Sluuurp! Champs (vegan shakes), 197 Meserole Street, Brooklyn We were predisposed toward this place because […]

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Cooking with Bwog: Meat Eaters Edition

Welcome back to Cooking with Bwog, you favorite way to ease those pesky Friday afternoon munchies. This week, Matt Powell brings us hanger steak with almond-herb salsa and strawberry basil milkshakes. We bet they’ll bring all the boys to the yard! This week, I was in desperate need of meat. Sorry, vegetarians and vegans, but […]

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Campo Comes to the J-School, Brings New Restaurant

Since opening last year, the J-School cafe area hasn’t exactly been overwhelmed, as students have been waiting for a more formal establishment to open and/or thought the room was entirely computer-generated. Starting Monday, though, look for students to at least give the space a second chance, as the owners of Campo will be opening a […]

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Free Milkshakes Tonight

Bwog has a paper due tomorrow but is spending time on Facebook instead.  And, lo, Sir Zuckerberg’s creation led us to another way to procrastinate. Tonight, CCSC (of the freshman and senior variety) will be hosting Midnight Milkshakes: free chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, and Oreo dreams in John Jay Lounge tonight from 11:00 PM until 1:00 […]

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