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For our final wave of Senior Wisdoms, we’ll be hearing from a group of people near and dear to our hearts: graduating Bwoggers. Up first to share her wisdom with the world is Alexandra Svokos, former Bwog Editor in Chief and future ruler of the world. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Alexandra Svokos, Franklin Lakes, NJ, CC, Economics and […]

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Bwog’s love for HamDel is no secret, but our long-term relationship with Amy the HamDel Lady certainly surpasses any fling we’ve had with a specially sauced Lewinsky. For that reason, it is with great sorrow that we now report to you that our darling Amy has left HamDel for good. For the past week, we’d been missing Amy’s judge-free service […]

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In the latest installment of our Getting to Know series, Bwog’s Chancellor of Charm Molly Andrews caught up with Kubi, the beloved McBain security guard. Know someone we should know too?  Send your suggestions to tips@bwog.com. Many McBain security guards can swipe our CUIDs, but only Kubi can capture our hearts. Stuck in an ECesque “swipe” jam, you may have […]

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There are many other members of both the Columbia and Morningside communities who make the years here a little more enjoyable. We at Bwog feel they deserve a little time in the spotlight for all their hard work. Today: Amy the HamDel lady 2:00 A.M. on a Saturday night: you’re all but crawling home, you […]

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