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He thought he’d left his hard-partying days behind him. No more shots and no more dancing and certainly no more hooking-up with his exes. But something always sucks him back in (hint: letting loose after finals leads to bad things). It’s been months–well, at least one month—since I last attended any sort of large social […]
Sylvia Plath hits the town in the first of what we hope is a successful series of renowned writers’ party testimonials. The sin. The sin. What are we to do here but wrestle with each other’s bones? Radio echoes through my skeleton and yours, too, but its pulse is too quick. Our bodies grow greasy […]
Because homecoming and parent’s weekend are really the best time to take off your clothes and grind with your classmates, Bwog brings you another party testimonial: GenderFuck! Want to tell Momma Bwog about your crazy weekend? Email us at email@example.com or use our anonymous tip form. I learned three things this weekend: Alcohol makes GenderFuck better, […]
Another semester, another season of ridiculous parties. Here, a first-year student brings us back to a better time: NSOP. If you want to tell Mama Bwog about a crazy party experience, email firstname.lastname@example.org or use our anonymous tip form. As a wide-eyed freshman* first-year, I had no idea what to expect of my first night […]
Last week, a newcomer to Bacchanal recorded—or attempted to record—his revelry experience. Tonight, a slightly more seasoned Columbian shares his own weekend’s Party Testimonial, a raucous adventure that crossed boroughs. I had the first fun I’ve had in months at Potluck House‘s annual Subway Party, last Friday, on the way to—and at—Coney Island. It was […]
Bacchanal is a pretty unusual time for Columbia students. To document the event, an anonymous student tells us about his first experience with the legendary day in our first Party Testimonial. If you have a particularly epic party moment specific to Columbia, email it in to email@example.com. Like too many things at Columbia University, my […]