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‘Tis the Season for Kooky Costumes

The academic calendar gods may not have blessed us with a Halloweekend this year, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do it up style. That’s right, tonight marks the start of Bwog’s fifth annual costume contest, and we want to see your best. Whether you’re doing something Core-inspired, politically-motivated, or just deliciously clever, we want to see it! Send your best costume pictures to tips@bwog.com—the contest winner will receive free seasonal (read: pumpkin) beer!

And should you possess the supernatural skill required to achieve a pumpkin-carving, Halloween costuming double-contest win, Bwog shall bestow upon you the title of King/Queen of Halloween! This is the stuff of eternal glory, guys.

Please let these recently spotted, pre-Halloween costumes serve as your inspiration:

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4 Comments

  • Why are says:

    @Why are international students so confused by Halloween?

    They’re not “accostumed” to it!

    1. C'mon says:

      @C'mon that’s pretty funny

  • Halloween is for says:

    @Halloween is for Kid’s not adults ppl need to grow the fuuuck up and stop acting like idiots!

  • bc alum says:

    @bc alum Barnard Student Life is so amazing!

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