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Bwog operative and newly-minted alum Zach van Schouwen noticed something a bit uncanny when visiting the College’s homepage. The following photo, aside from giving the false impression that the 9 train is still running, which it is not, pictures the subway entrance as a grandiose marble affair, which it is not. (See below for visual […]

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Tipster Jason Patinkin relays to Bwog the following story: Apparently a man at the 116th subway stop fainted of what was perceived to be a heart attack or a stroke. The man tumbled off the platform and landed on the uptown track. Subway patrons waiting on the platform began yelling, and one ran upstairs to […]

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Ashley Nin brings us this dispatch of a santa sighting like never before: 3:15pm – Waiting for the 1 train at Columbus Circle. 3:17pm – About a dozen policemen walk up whispering fervently into their walkie-talkies. 3:20pm – 1 train finally arrives. Each car is packed with people donning Santa Claus costumes. Train is too […]

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It happens to the best of us. Happily, all of us at Bwog have faith that the 231st street station will find the strength in its heart to get through this difficult time, but only with the support of its MTA family and through learning to respect itself. Once the station regains belief in its […]

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