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Drinking with Bwog: R.I.P. Spring Break

It’s the first weekend back at school—time to say goodbye to spring break, meet up with your friends and try to forget about the next round of papers already due next week. Below, one of Bwog’s drinking companions, Eva Suarez, CC ’13, offers a decidedly uncomplicated drink recipe—The Sidewalk Slam—with all of its ingredients available […]

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Acquire Amazing Acupressure Abilities

CSA Advisor Lindsay Sage sent out this email inviting students to participate in her upcoming acupressure workshop. If you’re interested, make haste—registration is nearly over! Hi All, Many of you know that I teach yoga and know a bit about other forms of wellness (e.g. qigong, nutrition, meditation). CSA has agreed to let me pilot […]

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