In hopes of catching you before you make that final trip to Bed, Bath and Beyond (or before you trash the packaging and receipts), Bwog asks upperclassmen which items were the most useless? The most underused? That Dust-Buster you’re going to use during downtime? The ironing board that totally fits between your bed and your desk? Perhaps they belong on this list, and not on Carman 6?
Shower caddy (rusty and grotesque after a year’s tour of duty in Carman)
John Updike novels
One of those hanging shelf sets for the closet (it broke under the weight of 15 sweaters I never wore)
Under the bed drawers
Digital camcorder with all the cables, tapes and programs necessary to edit video
All of the books I brought for reading
A crate of paper which was like, 5 500-sheet stacks
A suit and tie
Volumes 1-5 of Frederick Copleston’s History of Philosophy
My CD collection
George Foreman mini-grill
A lamp that clips onto the frame of my bed
Borges’ short story collection, Labyrinths
A coffee mug
A trash can
Flash drive (thank god for gmail)
Those stain stick things that you’re supposed to carry around and rub on your shirt.
not free stuff
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