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Ke$ho Eats Nutella, Too

We students aren’t the only Columbians obsessed with Nutella. While the good people at Columbia News are losing their minds over the addictive substance, the Student Affairs twitter caught Ke$ho getting high on his own supply: KevSho, caught in the act! fb.me/2eiCG4KHZ — CU Student Affairs(@Columbia_SA) March 8, 2013 No word on whether his Nutella habit […]

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How Much Is That Nutella Really Costing Us?

By now you’ve probably heard about Columbia’s issues with Nutella. As campus comes to terms with the fact that we’re all apparently hoarders, the Nutella story continues to grow. Our chocolatey addiction and its exorbitant cost has received a surprising amount of attention, causing us at Bwog to wonder: how much of this is really […]

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Bwoglines: Not What it Seems Edition

Kate Middleton is having a… dingo? A dachshund? A dinosaur? Recent developments suggest that it might be any one of those three. (E! News) Folks, you can rest easy tonight. Turns out that Miley Cyrus’ wedding is still on. (Newsday) Columbia earns a reputation for hoarding, proving once again that the New York Times only […]

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