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What Happens At Tom’s Stays At Tom’s

Is it true that in the long run, this physical/mental/spiritual test of endurance we call “school” will make us more successful than our non-Ivy educated peers? We sure as hell don’t know, but in keeping with the masochistic tendencies Columbia instills in its students, we forced two Bwoggers to stay on campus over break and eat Thanksgiving […]

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Turkey Day At Tom’s

Has it been your dream since birth to be one of the Seinfeld gang? Well, the show ended years ago (and was fictional) so you may be a little delusional. But you CAN have the next best thing—Thanksgiving dinner at Tom’s (a.k.a. Seinfeld’s famed Monk’s Diner)! For only $29, you can enjoy the most Seinfeld-ian […]

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Tom’s Is Now Super Bowl Famous

Remember back in January, when Jerry Seinfeld was spotted filming at Tom’s? It turns out that he was making an ad for his web show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee which aired last night during the Super Bowl. Hopefully this new exposure for Tom’s doesn’t lead to any more photo-happy tourists clogging up the intersection at […]

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PSA: Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander Visiting Tom’s

About an hour ago, New Yorker Ali Phil spotted Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander casually walking into Tom’s Restaurant. If you saw this happen, please send your pictures to tips@bwog.com or use our anonymous tip form! @HuffingtonPost @BuzzFeed @Gothamist just saw Jerry and George walking in to Tom's Restaurant pic.twitter.com/goN9o8zOqs — Ali Phil (@ClubAliP) January […]

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Beat Bwog’s Meet

Everyone needs a little love after the first Sunday back on the grind; Bwog is no exception. If you want to help us get (our posts) up come to our meeting in the SGO on Lerner 5 at 7 pm sharp. Bwog will be waiting sprawled on the table with a bottle of lube delicious snacks! […]

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2Girls1Snack: The Way the Cookie Crumbles

Ever since their appearances on New York City based sitcoms “Sex and the City” and “Seinfeld,” black and white cookies have been a quintessential part of NYC cuisine. Whether you know them as “yin-yangs” or “half-and-halfs,” these cookies are a popular favorite amongst Columbia students for their soft shortbread and sweet two-toned fondant. Alison Herman […]

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They Call It Cashmere

Sure it’s a commodity. I mean, walk by any Midtown street corner, and you’re bound to find vendors pushing the stuff by the bagful. That didn’t stop one Carmanite from getting all sentimental.         “Cashmere is proof that your parents love you and want you to be happy”   Furry sweaters via Wikimedia Commons

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UTS President to Retire, Gets Normal Sized Headline Showdown Over Kung Fu Club’s Funding Fails to Result in Kung Fu Showdown Manhattanville, Shmanhatanville, No Ugly Buildings Here Five Titles, But We Got To Start in the “Elite Eight” An Actual Book About Coffee Table Books! (Idea Stolen From Kramer)

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