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In Which Bwog Stands Very Still in a Crowded Kitchen for Two Hours

Last semester, Bwog heard that JJ’s place was getting a face-lift. Last night was the big reveal, so we paid a visit to John Jay’s cozy (read: sweltering) basement kitchen for a taste of the new JJ’s. There are many things a Columbia student might want after a long night in Butler—an espresso, a basket […]

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Prohibition Ends at Last!

Bwog has heard from COÖP folks that freshman dorms will have the, “same expectation for Carman as McBain in terms of responsibility.” In other words: drink to your heart’s content, but remember to stay off the lawns. Cristen Kromm, Assitant Dean of Residential Programs, relayed the new policy to the outdoors-oriented student leaders as they prepared […]

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