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Yes we officially retired Bed Intruder references on Bwog but print journalism can’t always keep up with the times. We continue to respect our heritage/amorous affair with our mother-magazine, The Blue & White (see About) by posting each issue of the magazine online. The latest issue, available this week around campus, is a cornucopia of delights: the quest […]

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 Image courtesy of NYTimes.com So much for animals not being allowed in the dorms. A New York Times article today reveals how two Manhattan exterminators have begun using trained dogs to sniff out bedbugs, and they tell the Times they’ve visited “a big, big university on the West Side.” The dogs, named Pasha and Ruby, […]

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Word has it that Schapiro 12 has been infested with bed bugs since the start of the school year. Students report that they often wake up with bites all over them and some have even discovered the nasty little creatures in their books. Unfortunately, Housing’s been extremely unresponsive to this issue. There has been an […]

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