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Bwoglines: Dr. Seuss Edition

A storm’s brewing in the Atlantic: They call it the great Humberto. And in Amsterdam it seems They’ve just found a new Van Gogh. Japan is emerging victorious, With a new Olympic feel. Meanwhile, Neiman will be sold In a good old-fashioned backroom deal. Now some of this news may be bad, And may make […]

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Bwog Study Guide: Art Hum

In her final Art Hum class of the year, silver nugget prof Dr. Christina Ferando presented a PowerPoint on “The Take-Away Lessons of Art Humanities.”  It was a stirring culminating lecture that truly summarized the course.  Now we present to you some parts of her final lecture, as a study guide of sorts.

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Some Of These Things Are Not Like The Others

Because there are few hells fresher than trying to memorize 1,000 PowerPoint slides of paintings you swear never even came up in class, we’ll be helping you study for your Art Hum exam this week with a closer look at some of the syllabus. Bwog’s Profesional Photoshopper/Procrastinator Zach Kagan assures us he’s spent as much (or more) […]

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RoomHop: Party on the Wall Edition

RoomHop into Wesley Yip’s Solo cup festooned crib with Bwog’s Ricky Raudales. If your think your room is Hoppable, please email tips@bwog.net with pictorial evidence. Nothing brings to mind so many vividly sensate memories like the red Solo cup. Though humble by design, the Solo cup evokes a blend of sights, sounds, and odors familiar to just about […]

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Bwoglines: Groundbreaking Revelations Edition

What do ping pong balls, alcoholic beverages, and condoms have in common?  I’m sure a first year Carmanite can tell you—and now Duane Reade is using strategic (read: subliminal) marketing to save everyone a bit of time. [West Side Rag] Apologies to all lovers of anarchy, protests on Wall Street, and V for Vendetta; according to a law from 1845, […]

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Currently Playing on Lerner: Art Hum in a Nutshell

Someone in Hogan is projecting this animated gif onto the side of Lerner right now, and it’s rightfully trippy. Bwog hopes this isn’t the last we see of creative* projector use! *yet tasteful Photos tipped by Lila Neiswanger

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CULPA Unleashes the Oracle, Makes Life Easy

Today, CULPA unleashed the Oracle: the culmination of several years’ work trying to determine when Core professors teach. In other words, you may no longer have to stumble in the dark as you pick your CC, Music Hum and Art Hum sections. The Oracle matches up predicted professors, the times they usually teach, and the […]

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Obama’s Roommate, Plus Obama’s New York

Two pieces of (somewhat) Obama-related media: first, one of his first college roommates writes about their time together in the fall of 1981. Phil Boerner ’84, who transferred with Obama from Occidental, remembers Obama that, “as a host and roommate, he sometimes did the shopping and cooked the chicken curry.” Oh, and Obama may have […]

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