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Also known as “one of the brownstones,” 627 West 115th Street truly is the perfect dorm for those students who wish to forget that they live in a dorm.

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Senior Staff Writers Elena and Yuki (Yuhlena Christendams) challenge Westside to a fight.

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Frankly, we’ve always relied on our parents to buy us groceries, and we’re tired of hot pockets for dinner.

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COVID-19 is difficult for us all, but for the college sugar babies out there social isolation brings new difficulties, romantic and financial. 

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We’ve all flown to the moon, ended up at the bottom of the sea, and ventured into that mysterious cave, but now it is time to take on the wildest, most unexpected, truly thrilling adventure of them all: your social isolation Tuesday in quarantine. 

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Bwog Staffer Elena Christenfeld knows how you’ve been feeling this quarantine season, and she has just the right jigsaw puzzle for every emotion you might be going through. 

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A Bwog staff writer discusses her experience attending an initial (and then a follow-up) Alcohol Substance Awareness Program meeting.

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