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Send Us Your Events, Cowards

Events Editor Isabel Sepúlveda is literally begging you to make her attempts at Inbox Zero futile.

Here at Bwog, we do our best to bring your attention to the best events happening on campus, whether that’s lectures from experts at the top of their fields, panels on the most important issues facing the world today, speeches by politicians and world leaders, or reviews of events thrown by Undergraduate Student Life attempting to bring spirit to this stressed-out campus. But let’s be real: who are the people who know the most about the kind of events students want to see? It’s not professors and faceless university administrators—it’s students like you!

Bwog wants to feature student events in our new and improved events calendar and weekly roundups but we can’t do that without help from the people who make these events happen. If you or your student group would like your event to be featured on Bwog, please send an email to! Be sure to include:

  • The name of your event
  • The date and time
  • A basic summary of what’s going on
  • A link to a Facebook event, Eventbrite tickets, or other information about RSVPing if necessary

and we’ll be sure to include it on our site. Help us help you and who knows? Maybe we’ll even send our Bwoggers unto to the breach and review it as well!

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