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Adventureater: Sea Cucumber

   A sea cucumber in the ocean surf Bwog food editor Jon Hill learns this week to trust others’ instincts after sampling an oddity of the deep. I’m not sure exactly what I was expecting from sea cucumber. I certainly had fair warning they might be unpleasant. Several times my friends had tried to convince […]

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QuickSpec: You’ve (Probably) Got a Friend Edition

Nussbaum certainly doesn’t “Wu” Subway savior can find like-minded saviors outside Tom’s Probably no Bollinger Halls in our future. Renaming Hamilton goes to highest bidder. Offers of int’l internships in many fields (in addition to finance) – and students still cry “Finaaaannccee” Staff agrees: Creative writing major = “Ehh” Why can’t we all just … […]

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DisTasti D-Lite: Day 2

Pushing the limits of human endurance, intrepid Bwog correspondents Emily Cheesman and Juli Weiner have embarked on a three day Tasti D. diet. The rules: liquids only (water, juice, coffee) besides Tasti, at least two Tasti “meals” per day, and all food must be consumed in the Tasti Lounge. Their second report follows. Dear Tasti, […]

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