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Our next wise senior is Finn Vigeland, COÖPer and former managing editor of Spec, who writes about vulnerability, transit, and the roof of Low.  Name, Hometown, School, Major: Finn Vigeland, Tuckahoe, NY, Columbia College, Urban Studies Claim to fame: Speccie, tour guide, COÖPer, cruciverbalist. Where are you going? First, to Brazil and Colombia to chill with […]

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Tonight is the first night of the rest of your life.  Whether you spend it partying like you’d always dreamed or cooped up in your room, Bwog knows what you’re going through–and just remember that it all gets better from here!  Read on for some Bwoggers’ first night memories: My older sister went to Columbia, […]

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Friends, today is a sad day. From this day onward, beer distributors will no longer deliver our beloved Four Loko into New York. Though retailers (read: CrackDel) will still be able to sell Four Loko (provided they can prove that it was ordered before the 10th), there shall soon be a day when nights of […]

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