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Columbia Dining Services announced today that Wilma Jordan, who has cooked us omelettes and brightened John Jay Hall with her eternal smile for 27 years, is retiring at the end of the semester. Here is the official announcement: After 27 years of service to the Columbia community, our beloved Wilma Jordan will retire at the end of […]

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Bwog staff has (for the most part) descended into summer hibernation.  To celebrate both this resting period and the Class of ’13’s impending graduation ceremonies, we will exclusively be publishing Senior Wisdoms (along with a Blue and White piece or two that we really enjoyed) for the rest of the week.  First up today: Queen of SEAS […]

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In our presbuscent years, we craved (and maybe still do secretly crave) boy bands.  Although One Direction may not have much staying power, the boy band prototype will endure for years to come. (NYTimes) Popping your umpteenth Tums? No need to be gastro-intestinally shackled to antacids for indigestion relief—eliminating and adding certain foods from your diet can solve […]

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BwogWeather was hungry this week. Special thanks to Arvin Ahmadi, AJ Garcia, Wilma, Columbia Dining Services, Victoria Dunn, Aaron Gomes, and congratulations to our new BwogWeather intern, Pauline Baudon.  

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