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Here’s How You Send Anonymous Tips To Bwog

Bwog is like Gossip Girl but better.

Fun fact you might not know: Bwog accepts anonymous tips.

Do you know some hot gossip about the Diana smoothies? Find a thumbtack in your potatoes? Is there a rat infestation in your room that Housing won’t deal with? Do you have a bad feeling about a club’s administration that you want someone to investigate? Is there something, light-hearted or serious, that Bwog should be covering but it isn’t?

Lucky you! You can submit an anonymous tip to Bwog either at this link or by emailing tips@bwog.com. All tips are 100% confidential – we will never reveal who you are without your consent. We take confidentiality seriously, as we also do our investigative work. We’re not a gossip rag that’s just going to post whatever comes our way: we’re going to follow up on your tip and figure out what’s really going on.

Running a campus news blog is #hard and Tips is essential to how we work. Love letters, complaints, questions, thirst traps, course evaluations, and Amazon gift cards can also be sent to Tips.

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