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Kindly Welcome General Studies’ New Owl

Bwog would like to invite you to say hello to GS’s new Owl Logo! You’ll recall that their old Owl, Gulliver, was owlnapped from Harford Community College.

Anyway, this new guy (gal?) is so snazzy with the little thumbs up. Well, thumbs up to you too New Gulliver. 

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  • Snazzy says:

    @Snazzy HA! I just learned that the reason why the mascot is an owl is because of GS students going to night school. What a HOOOOOOOOOT.

    1. Alum says:

      @Alum That was back in the days when they had nocturnal admissions.

      1. Barnard says:

        @Barnard Still has nocturnal admissions from across the street.

  • it's an oil says:

    @it's an oil because they’re so wise!

  • Oil? says:

    @Oil? Hehe funny typo

  • no plagiarism! says:

    @no plagiarism! hurray! now it’s hideous on its own merits.

    1. GSer says:

      @GSer well, consider the source and sponsor… i think it appropriate (hideous is as hideous does). GSSC does nothing, so a predatory night creature makes perfect sense, i guess

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