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Bwoglines: Armageddon Edition

Possibly the worst news in human history was released yesterday. This is a time to reflect and stick together through the difficult days ahead. May we all join hands and get through this as a united community. (The Huffington Post) LMFAO has announced that they are taking a break next year. This means we’ll have to […]

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Wisdom Outlasts Bacon: GSSC Election Results

The results from the General Studies Student Council elections have just come in; unlike your breakfast this morning, some balance has been achieved between indulgence and foresight: Student Body President: Jennifer Wisdom 51% Scott Bacon 35% Eugene Dinescu 9% Vice President of Policy: Nikki Morgan 50% Alexandra Leighton 26% Chief Policy Representative Alexandra Leighton, per […]

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Cooking with Bwog: Back to Basics—Meat

Vegans and Vegetarians, avert your eyes! But carnivores, it’s time for us to use our gratuitous “meat and greet” tag, and you should start salivating. This week Matt Powell covers the basics of beef, pork, burgers, and chicken. Beef Know where your meat comes from! The Culinary Society has a handy guide to choosing cuts and such. […]

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