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If you’ve called home within the last 24 hours, you’d know that your younger siblings and most other students in America are currently enjoying a Monday without a school schedule. Well, Columbia doesn’t just hand out days off like candy without good reason, so here we are back in the school grind on another Monday morning. […]

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A Low penis fountain found its perfect companion: a lonely yet comfy can of Keystone Light. We hope to see it again after the snow melts at Bacchanal. But for now, Lil’ Keystone, you are our source of inspiration; nestled in the hidden security of the cloud of snow, showing Morningside Heights your true colors […]

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We spend our weeks aimlessly bored in Butler, but then our own white rabbit savior, disguised as a device with the promise of belligerence, prances along and takes us away for the weekend. Up the rabbit hole we’ve returned, with hazy memories of the travel down as our proof of passage. Always share your experiences going […]

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Spring 2015, we’re back out our winter break coma, and we look to none other than Kanye on how to properly get back into the demanding upkeep of the Columbia social scene. Whether you can hold your liquor or not, send in next weekend’s flops and successes to tips@bwog.com. Can’t hold your liquor/weekend flops: “Got off […]

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Whether by catching some rays and some waves, calling in a Netflix staycation, or being productive and getting the entire semester’s’ worth of reading done, you all hopefully enjoyed your too-short winter break. Now you’re back with endless stories to tell your friends over at drink at 1020. But before you do that, be sure to tell […]

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This time, we gotta side with Lorelai Gilmore. Our budding monotonous social lives seem to ask the question, “Are finals my priority?” Be sure to send in your social pursuits while staying pretty and smart during the last weekend of the Fall 2014 semester to tips@bwog.com. As naive as Rory Gilmore: “Got drunk, ordered three pizzas […]

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Thanksgiving: when you get a break in your college social life and return to the land of curfews, excessive amounts of texts from Mom about your whereabouts, and getting smashed with high school pals because that’s the only way you guys can seem to communicate anymore. Yet us Columbians on another Monday are able to […]

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As one of our last weekends on campus before we say goodbye to Fall 2014, it should come as no surprise that some people got rowdy. Next weekend we’ll be watching SNL on a couch with parents, and we like to think that the weekend after we’ll be productively studying our days away. And because […]

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As it starts to become time to think about the semester ahead, we at Columbia are feeling a bit antsy on how to deal with the weight of it all. We’ve taken to searching for new encounters, and dipping into dangerous territory by attempting to still meet new people in new ways (the beauty of […]

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Another weekend behind us and another set of groggy eyes upon waking this Monday morning. But why? This weekend was like any other: high hype Wednesday/Thursday, same four block radius Friday/Saturday. It seems the normality of this semester has gotten to the best of us: we’re out of the midterm funk/drunk, Halloween and fall break […]

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Whether you spent this weekend out & about with your family, drunk and clad in Columbia gear for the first time this year, or both, there was a lot happening around the Columbia bubble. Though you won’t have to be proving to your parents that you actually have fun in college next weekend, we as […]

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This weekend was in the wake of midterm season – and what did we do to work off some steam? Columbia falsely answered our prayers and decided to host a festival full of inflatable obstacle courses and balloons on College Walk for…children. So we were forced to put our middle finger dismay away and wind […]

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The weather this weekend was in more of a late August-fashion than that of late September. And how did we choose to bask in the unexpected warmth and sunshine? Whatever weather the first weekend of October brings, we always want to know where you’ve been over the weekend at tips@bwog.com.  Activities in the Manhattan home base: Surprise run-ins: […]

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Third weekend of school and the weather is still nice enough to try new things or stick with your weekend routine. However (seemingly) blasé or out of the ordinary, we want to hear about how you choose to spend the next weekend at tips@bwog.com.  Notes from those feeling socially adventurous:  “Tinder date went well. No shame.” […]

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Second weekend at school and we’ve already got some campus clingers and some city goers amongst us (even if the 1 was shut down this weekend). Columbia students will always find a way… Send along your adventures next weekend wherever they may be to tips@bwog.com. On-campus hijinks: Classic hipsters: At Postcrypt, it’s full. Organizer says, ‘we […]

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