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After a hiatus both shorter and less devastating than that of Community, Dear Bwog is back. If you have any conundra Columbiana that you want us to take a smack at, email them in to tips@bwog.com. Dear Bwog, I just ran into my TA, stark naked, leaving the Dodge showers. I still had my towel on. […]

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While Columbians might not be the most diehard of sports fans, it’s been pretty hard to ignore this year’s playoff hype. After all, we love a good debate. And at the very least, having New York’s very own Giants in the Super Bowl would offer us a rare opportunity for day-drinking. That’s why a tip […]

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So some TAs were apparently enjoying some barley variety of no-no juice in Dodge Hall. And of course it was Brooklyn Lager and Yuengling, because creative types pursuing MFAs aren’t going to drink corporate beer like Anheuser-Busch. Do TAs have finals? Do these TAs have finals?  

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"The food [in Brooklyn] is good. I mean, the food is good everywhere, but [there] it's minus the pretense."

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