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Sure it’s summer, but that doesn’t mean there hasn’t been any action on campus.  This anonymous tipster waxes nostalgic on summer loving and the art of negotiation.  If you have any stories, queries, or miseries to share, we’d love to hear them.  Email sex@bwog.com or use our anonymous  form. Thinking back, I can’t help but […]

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For some, spring break is a time to go crazy. There are many ways and places to go crazy, but you might not have thought of the Columbia farmer’s market. Now you can! The great beasts are laying! Roaming Acres Ostrich Farm will have eggs! You can live the dream of being a sexy young […]

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  On Monday, Le Monde, that little corner of Paris in Morningside, will augment their menu for a week-long Pig Frites Festival. Besides their usual fare, they’ll feature a variety of exotic pork related dishes, including “Bacon Ice Cream with caramelized apples and chocolate dipped bacon ($6).” (!!) This is old news apparently, but it’s […]

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