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Power Rankings: Columbia’s Coffee Shops

When you need a pick-me-up, but also are have a refined and dainty palate, Bwog’s got you covered. Here’s my ranking of the drip coffees at coffee shops on campus. Disclaimer: Apologies up front for my very pretentious coffee descriptions–I got really into it. 1st place: UP Coffee Major notes: Sweet smell/pepper/cinnamon/astringent, but pleasant. How […]

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Columbia Power Rankings: Fall 2016

An occasional Bwog feature returns–we’ve put together a list of the winners and losers at Columbia from the past couple of weeks. Registration for the Spring semester – Sure, you may be failing Advanced Programming, but you have a whole semester of possibilities to look forward to! New classes, new you…or something. John Jay’s annual […]

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Columbia Power Rankings: May 2016

Reviving an old Bwog concept, we’re compiling the best—to the worst—of Columbia this past year. See where your victories and failures rank on our Power Rankings. The end of the year brings many fortunes for Columbia’s most visible groups. While the promise of a bright future invigorates new student groups and initiatives, the lull of […]

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