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And Thanks For All The Fish

Bwog is checking out for summer (unless something marvelously big happens that we simply must tell you about) as it is officially June, but first we’d like to give you a round-up of what’s been going on in the CU world these last two weeks.  It has definitely been a memorable semester and we hope you […]

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Milano Employee Who Frisked Forest Whitaker Fired

According to DNAinfo.com, representatives of Milano Market have apologized for Forest Whitaker’s unwarranted frisking,  and fired the responsible employee. They also stated that they do not believe the employee was racially motivated in his frisking. Whitaker had refrained from reporting the incident to the police because he didn’t want to employee to lose his job. […]

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Free Food For Thought And Also For Eating

Who needs R&R when S&S is so in right now? Go get your fill of Science & Sandwiches tonight between 6:30 and 7 pm in Lerner 568, where Columbia Science Review is hosting screenings of science-themed TED talks. Rumor has it there will also be cookies.

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Boringside Heights: Consumerism Edition

The holiday season has hit your wallet hard, and now the bills are coming in. Think you can cut down on your spending? Not with everything Morningside Heights has to offer…    

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Thanksgiving Reruns

You know how on Thanksgiving Day, every year there are reruns?  Well Bwog can see the greatness in Charlie Brown and so today we’re rerunning some Thanksgiving posts of years past. In case yours is the misfortune/relief to be in Morningside Heights for Thanksgiving, turkey sandwiches abound. Or, should you be hankering for fellowship as […]

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Chicken Burger Debuts at M2M, Bwog Sticks With Cheeseburger

M2M recently debuted a new burger that got us excited, so we decided to go and check it out. Chief Poultry Correspondent Brian Phillips Donahoe pens our review: Bwog was already giddy with anticipation when we saw the signs: M2M was introducing a new chicken burger. Come dinner time, we joined the disorganized and agitated […]

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Boringside Heights: A New Sandwich Appears

Stressed for midterms? No worry! Tonight marks the debut of the new Apple, Brie, and Cinnamon sandwich from FeelGood. So take a break from studying and head on over to JJ’s Place, where this delicious special will be running all month. Photo by HSG

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Spitzer Scandal Hits Home

IN SANDWICH NEWS: Gothamist reports that Eisenberg’s has debuted its first Elliot Spitzer-themed lunch: the “Sandwich #9”, which is apparently just tongue on rye bread. Ew. How long until Hammy’s follows up with the “Ashley Alexandra” — chicken salad, tuna, melted cheese, a failed musical career and some serious issues? (Note: This is the best […]

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The Return of Free Food

For those of us still in New York, summer = fewer people on campus = less competition for free food. Now’s the time to act! A wide variety of sandwiches on yummy oat bread are sitting on the desk in Lerner Lobby. Mmmmm!

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