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You heard right–the coolest club on campus, the one you’ve been dying to join, is finally having an open meeting! For pre-frosh, your faithful companion during NSOP and before is finally seeking your help to come join. For everyone else, sophomores and beyond (even GS geezers!), we want you too! Now’s your chance. Tonight at […]

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The New England members of Bwog were wrong–the “blizzard” actually delivered, and there’s enough snow out there for a snowball fight! Whooopeeee! Here’s the scoop: 3 PM on Low Steps. Everyone’s invited. Be there or be square. Wear warm clothing.   Bundled warriors via Wikimedia Commons

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Momma Bwog is very torn. She is well-known in the knitting circle as the biggest NFL football fan in the state of New York. You may have caught a glimpse of her hanging out at the Times Square Super Bowl events this past week, knocking over toddlers to go down that huge blow up slide. […]

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