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Everyone needs a little love after the first Sunday back on the grind; Bwog is no exception. If you want to help us get (our posts) up come to our meeting in the SGO on Lerner 5 at 7 pm sharp. Bwog will be waiting sprawled on the table with a bottle of lube delicious snacks! […]

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Bwoglines: Surprises Edition

One religion has more holidays than the others, and it’s not Festivus. (Slate) According to the Supreme Court people just need to suck it up and strip down. (NYT) Greta Gerwig, a Barnard grad staring in the upcoming film Damsels in Distress, was never that into Columbia frat guys. Maybe she’d prefer Dan Rad? (NY […]

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2Girls1Snack: The Way the Cookie Crumbles

Ever since their appearances on New York City based sitcoms “Sex and the City” and “Seinfeld,” black and white cookies have been a quintessential part of NYC cuisine. Whether you know them as “yin-yangs” or “half-and-halfs,” these cookies are a popular favorite amongst Columbia students for their soft shortbread and sweet two-toned fondant. Alison Herman […]

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