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Whether by catching some rays and some waves, calling in a Netflix staycation, or being productive and getting the entire semester’s’ worth of reading done, you all hopefully enjoyed your too-short winter break. Now you’re back with endless stories to tell your friends over at drink at 1020. But before you do that, be sure to tell […]

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For those of you not hopping on the next plane to Puerto Rico for spring break, there’s no reason to stay locked in Morningside Heights for the next week. In fact, there’s no reason to stay in Manhattan at all. In defense of local attractions, the areas in and immediately around New York are not […]

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Now that the weather (and your Halloween costume) are back under wraps, Bwog is here to cheer you up with some enticing post-hurricane overheards. Questions of life outside Ricky’s: Someone who clearly doesn’t dye their own hair: “Is this place just open for Halloween?” Planning for Halloweekend in a hurricane: Girl: “For Halloween, I’ll be […]

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