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Tonight is the night is the night: the first snowfall of the year, minus Halloween’s premature snowmaggedon. Tonight’s weather report predicts sweet, soft, snowfall starting at midnight. So at least tomorrow’s hangover can be sledded away on fresh powder. It’ll relax everybody! For the first intrepid snow-goer to snap a shot, Bwog promises icy, free beer, of […]

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Hark!  Snow approacheth! The first person to tip a picture of snow in Morningside gets their name mentioned on Bwog and eternal glory. Below, a poem by Robert Frost: The way a crow Shook down on me The dust of snow From a hemlock tree Has given my heart A change of mood And saved some part […]

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