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What Kind of Administration Spy Does Your Club Have?

Recently, Bwog received a tip that included the following disturbing information:

“Public Safety infiltrates student groups. Seriously. If you start to organize, they send in people, or just one person, to your meeting and spy on you, and bring that intel back to the senior administration…. Some of their plain-clothes officers look (and in some cases are) young and receive student IDs (so it’s not as simple as checking CUIDs at the door). But don’t let that deter you. If you’re going to get serious just know that you need to be savvy about it and make sure those who are with you there, are actually, you know, with you.”

With that in mind, we have created a guide to help all of you student-group leaders be more savvy in your membership policies. After extensive research, we have determined that every club on campus does, indeed, have a spy in their ranks, although we can’t say for sure who those spies are. That’s your job. But, we asked Wondrous Wordsmith Julia Goodman and Dreamy Designer Alexander Pines to make this handy scientific chart to help you figure out what kind of agent you need to watch out for.

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Some people say the upside of paranoia is the little ego-rush that comes from clearly being important enough to have all those forces arrayed against you.

    If that was too subtle: What on Earth are these clubs doing that someone would want to spy on?

    1. Hello says:

      @Hello Making guillotines (which bwog and spec have ignored). If CUCR did a fake gun demonstration, I’m sure everyone would have been all over it.

  • CUCR says:

    @CUCR After 12 hours of water boarding potential suspects, we have a confession. The shit apple has been dealt with.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Seriously who the hell is writing for bwog this year?? This is the dumbest article I’ve read in a long time and is turning into a borderline conspiracy theory site. Jesus get your sh*t together bwog.

  • Am I blind says:

    @Am I blind or can no one read the graphic

  • derek_jetskis-ter says:

    @derek_jetskis-ter Did someone lift this from Seventeen magazine?

  • Hmm says:

    @Hmm I actually thought this had some potential. The chart, however, is terribly underwhelming, and not well-thought out

  • On the bright side says:

    @On the bright side The public safety spy with hipster glasses is kinda cute

  • Hello says:

    @Hello Does this have something to do with the guillotines?

  • Anon says:

    @Anon This is cute and the weird arrows make me feel like I’m Eloise

  • come on bwog says:

    @come on bwog this is weird and dumb

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