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A tipster dispels the myth of no fun in Furnald with this joyful schoolyard memory. But is this truly an innocent playground game–or is it a staging ground for the next Drinking with Bwog?  

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We apologize for being a little late to the game on this one (the events  began yesterday), but Clash of the Classes is finally here! As of Friday, we hear that the juniors are in the lead with 1820 points, followed by the freshmen with 1170. You’d think the seniors are slackin’ with only 180 points, but […]

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Tipster Sara Cervantes sent in this adorable photograph answering Holden Caufield’s eternal question– where do the Central Park ducks go when their lagoon freezes over? Photo by Sara Cervantes

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If you were always overwhelmed by the corniness of your professors’ jokes, now you can be sure that the people at Cambridge University Press share your sentiments. Bwog has discovered a trend in the history deparment’s publications: lame alliteration. Check out these titles (extra points if you can name the prof):  Two Men and Music […]

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