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The glory days of the Ivy League Snapchat Story are long gone, and we feel a little bad for the poor souls who have to monitor all the drunk snaps that come through every night. To combat the Filter Fatigue that’s infected Columbia, Bwog decided to create some Snapchat filters of our own. We thought we’d […]

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The New Campo Mike

If Il Cibreo is the “New Campo,” then who, you ask, is the new Campo Mike? We touched base with Scott Chilvers, General Manager of Campo 2 Il Cibreo. He’s been “with the company” for almost six years and in the industry for over 20. He hails from Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. From what we gather, he’s down […]

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Note: Here’s Drinking With Bwog… again. You may have seen it posted early. Oops! We hope you can forgive us for the egregious error, and sympathize with the occurrence of repercussions from an early Senior Night pregame. For the past few weeks, we’ve been going pretty easy on you guys with mostly basic recipes. This […]

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Friends, it’s Thirsty Thursday, and Dribkgin Wit Hbwog is back again! This week, the Columbia Bartending Agency’s David Shiovitz teaches you how to make a Slippery Nipple. Yes… you read that correctly. This week, we have a new technique for you, called floating, and we’re applying it to one of our favorites, the Slippery Nipple. Once […]

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