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Overseen: Bwog Slack 2019-2020

Staff Writer Daniel Ortega-Venni and Deputy Editor Caroline Mullooly bring you the best moments from Bwog Slack throughout this academic year.

What’s the number one rule of Bwog? NEVER share Tips and Slack with anyone outside of Bwog.

So, which rule are we breaking today and why?

With the permission of the Board, we’re giving you an inside look at Bwog Slack throughout the 2019-2020 academic year. In these depressing, uncertain times, we believe that it’s important to come together and remember the good times—even if they were online.

 

The Wholesome

The Gross

The Snacks

The Questions

 

The Weird

The WILD

DWB

#LewdBwog

Big Facts

Tweets

Slackbot

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  • Now an even more bored student says:

    @Now an even more bored student This is not a bad idea necessarily but tbh none of those messages are interesting or funny if you’re not a member of bwog anyways

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