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Do you like six-packs? Are you #2spoopy2live? Are you #2creppy2die? If you answered yes to any of the questions above, then you better put on your latex Spock ears and listen to what we’ve got to say now. If you’ve got a bangin’ Halloween costume, you simply must enter Bwog’s annual Halloween Costume Contest. You can go […]

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Happy fall break, friends! Your essays and problem sets, your aches and pains, the taste of the dining hall in your mouth and sweet drone of your professors in your ears…let these stay behind and out of your thoughts. Not that we don’t love you, but Bwog needs a little me-time. Unless it’s something important […]

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