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Pajama Party In Butler? It’s More Likely Than You’d Think!

Bwog invites you to get cozy with us for the first night of reading week!

We at Bwog know that reading week can be stressful; just because there’s no class, doesn’t mean there isn’t a tremendous amount of work to do. Honestly, it’s tiring just thinking about nights spent bleary-eyed and slumped over a desk in Butler, knowing you need a break but unsure where to take it. Going home will surely result in passing out immediately, but staying in the library isn’t exactly relaxing.

That’s why we’ve decided to host a Pajama Party tonight in Butler Ref! Join us from 11 pm – 12:30 am for a super cute and comfy study break! We’ll be eating desserts, doing face masks, and possibly building a pillow fort if we can acquire enough building material. So bring some bedding and come hang out with us in your favorite pj’s while we transform the room with perhaps the worst energy on campus into a fun place to unwind after the first day of serious studying. Best of luck with finals, and we hope to see you tonight! :)

It’s party time! via Bwog Facebook Event


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