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Sometimes Bwog hops lectures. Sometimes we hop rooms. This is an example of the latter, courtesy of Ariel Levin. If you think your swanky pad is worthy, email us at tips@bwog.com. There are three kinds of posters that attack your eyes and validate every cliché about college males as you enter their dorm rooms. They […]

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During Bwog’s Wednesday morning constitutional, we were delighted to note that at least one-half of Taqueria is open and ready for business. The new-ish dining room is open, the fridge fully stocked with Modelos and Jarritos, and take-out orders are made in the back. The nice lady who handed us our chicken taco informed us […]

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Signs and Wonders

According to Bwog contributor Alex Weinberg, “One of the electronic construction signs on 110th between Amsterdam and Columbus has lost its mind.” More photographic evidence after the jump.

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