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In this edition of A Night In The Life, a staff writer captures what it is like to be treading the thin line between tortured chemistry TA and borderline alcoholic. 10:43 pm I’ve finally finished checking all those ridiculous limiting reacting equations… Who knew that undergrads actually had to know things? Back in my day, we […]

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We sent two baby Bwoggers to their 11 am FroSci lecture as they guzzled a bottle or two of the cheapest white wine International had to offer (−OH, ya feel?). Throughout the lecture, they managed to develop a drinking game AND learn about black holes (though we all know that their consumption induced them into their own black hole of drunkenness). […]

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