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Happy Birthday Bwog, Thanks For Messing Everything Up

In honour of Bwog’s 10th birthday, our former Editors-in-Chief are returning to write about their experiences, both positive and negative, with Bwog. First up is Alexandra Svokos, who served in her honourable office during 2013. Below, she reflects on joining Bwog and how it has changed her life. For some reason over the last few […]

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Semester In Review: The Tamed Shrew

A new year, a new perspective. Today we take a moment to look back on the first half of the year and think on what’s to come.  If last fall was about exploring how we talk, this past semester was about putting our learned lessons to use. With no massive scandal or campus-wide debate abyss, […]

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Last CCSC Meeting of the Year

The incredible Joseph Milholland skipped out on a night of celebrating before the last day of classes and Bwog cupcakes to go to the last CCSC meeting of the semester and boy was it full of song, dance, nostalgia, and presents. Hey, Joseph goes to every meeting, he should totally have a CCSC Secret Santa. […]

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