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Bwog In Bed: Downton Abbey Music And Indian Protests

We are almost there, folks. Take on the day in a summarized way with Bwog In Bed.

Bwogline: Protests in Kolkata, West Bengal, India continue over a controversial law that “entitles non-Muslim migrants from three Muslim-majority countries to citizenship if they are facing religious persecution.” Motorways became blocked, and trains and train stations were attacked as protesters grew angrier. (BBC)

Study Tip: Someone recently told me to write information down on yellow (lined) paper if you’re trying to memorize/remember it!! They swear by it, so maybe it’s worth a try.

Music of the Day: The Downton Abbey soundtrack hits different while studying. Honestly, all of the Downton songs are great accompaniments to essay-writing!

Procrastination Tip: Take the extra time to moisturize your legs thoroughly, properly treat your stress acne, and enjoy a slightly hot shower. The little minutes add up when spending time on taking care of yourself, and this is just what you’ll need for finals season procrastination.

Overseen: People physically sprinting to acquire good seats in Butler. Stay safe out there in the libraries!

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