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Drinking With Bwog

After an abbreviated week, thirsty Thursday is upon us again. The Columbia Bartending Agency brings you a new way to quench yourself in Drinking with Bwog. This week, the impeccable Elliot Grieco explains how to pop bottles like a gentleman. Whether because you just got that job offer or you have had your 16th application rejected, any […]

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The Hillel E-Board invites you to join them from 8-9 tonight for the “Once You Pop the Fun Don’t Stop” semester kickoff event. Word on the Facebook page is that there may be a Pop Lock & Drop It contest, so get yourself over to the Kraft Center (3rd floor terrace) pronto to partake in […]

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