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If you’re feeling thirsty and indecisive, here’s a list of Bwog staffers’ current go-to liquid refreshments, whether we’re at Pret, Blue Java, Peet’s, John Jay.

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There are plenty of things at Columbia that makes us say WTF, but the Butler water fountains have been on our minds as of late. Thirsty Staffer Emma Seely-Katz calls out the fountain drought of 2015. Many Columbia students have had to overcome some sort of adversity on the road to admittance. Is it really […]

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The end is nigh, folks.  In just over 24 hours you’ll either be enjoying one of the most amazing cities in the world (something you’ve probably existed since about mid-November) or you’ll be on a plane/train/car/foot?/vehicle back to wherever it is that you go when you’re not here.  So crawl back in bed with us, […]

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