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Senior Wisdom: Abby Rubel

Former Bwog Sports Editor Abby Rubel remembers a time when JJ’s mozzarella sticks tasted like they do in Italy.

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Last Chance To Do It Live

Drag your feeble shell of a body over to Lerner piano lounge today from 12 ’til 2 pm for the last Live at Lerner of the year. There will be song. There might be dance. There will definitely be free sushi. Expertly pull-quoted from their Facebook event, so you know they mean business: The menu […]

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Free Sushi Now!

The Columbia Queer Alliance is giving out free sushi in the Lerner Party Space from 7:30pm to 9:00pm. Go go go! Photo via Wikimedia Commons

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Free Sushi (Before Dinner)

CQA, the OMA, and the Alphabet Soup Commission are teaming up once again to welcome students back with the annual Queer Sushi event in Lerner. CQA president Bryan Reid has assured us that there will be vegetarian “sushi” as well. It starts at 7:00 PM in Party Space and lines have been long in the […]

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Turning Japanese: Best Cheap Sushi From A Box

Bwog’s Japanese Culture in Small, Enclosed Units Specialist Liz Naiden has evaluated the sushi of Morningside, and she has some surprising results. Pre-made sushi is the best food from a box (though only the second best thing that can be in a box) there ever could be. It’s refreshing, healthy, readily available, and you can […]

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This Week In Procrastination: Nail-Biter Edition

This week’s events promise to be sequentially nail-biting, shocking, fascinating, and slightly scary. Tuesday Election Day: The College Democrats and Republicans will have watch parties, and so will pretty much everyone Bwog knows.  We’ll even cover some of that.  Eveningish @ all over the country. Wednesday Blackwater: J. Cofer Black, VP of the infamous mercenary […]

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Free Food Roundup

Like the candidates’ commitment to service, Bwog’s commitment to free food never wavers. Here are just some of the events this evening for you to fill your stomachs at: Last night’s Jumbotron extravaganza not enough for you? The College Dems are having a “debriefing” barbecue from 5-8 in front of Hartley and Wallach. If you like to […]

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Sushi! Fusion!

Nothing excites Bwog more (especially after a long Saturday night) than the mention of a new Japanese fusion restaurant. Located at 104th and Broadway (right near Supercuts!), Sushi Tokyo Pop seems committed to curbing gastronomic orientalism with odd items such as a “suprisingly successful” smoked eel and mozzarella roll. In any case, since it’s Sunday, […]

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