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For the first installment of BwogBooks, a series focused on CU authors, Staff Writer Maren Frey highlights one of her all-time favorite books, The White Tiger.
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Senior Staff Writer Lucia Towne joined Uptown Vocal at their concert on Saturday night, almost exactly a year after her first introduction to the group.
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Work hard, but not too hard that the barista doesn’t flirt with you. 
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Biology? Medicine? Engineering? How about all three!
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February Tile Poetry

Between valentines, cold weather, and more indoor time, February has brought endless silly fridge magnets and other unlikely word art around campus.
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So you like show tunes. It doesn’t mean you’re gay. It just means you’re awful.
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Spend your bonus day watching Bworts this year!
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The push to protect elephants in Bangladesh and owls in New York City. Editor’s Warning: Animal cruelty and death.
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