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Overseen: Manners in Hamilton

As long as people keep this nonsense up, we’ll keep posting it. The odd chuckle can’t hurt if you’re still struggling on for one more day. Good luck comrades!  

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BlackboardHop: Teachable Moments Edition

Found in Pupin 424. Bwog has no idea why these lovely verse were written, but we’re certainly having fun trying to guess. Leave us your ideas in the comments! Friendly professorial advice: “These are different ways of telling your professor why you didn’t finish your paper on time. Which is the only style you’d get […]

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BlackboardHop: Physicists Have Souls Too

Deep in the bowels of Pupin, mathematical notation holds Physics students tight in its rational grip. Though confined to windowless sun-deprived cells, these scientists secretly engage in renegade artistic expression.  Note the effervescent nature of the flowers and the anthropomorphic eggplant, so fleetingly sketched in chalk.

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Loves Me, Loves Me Not…

Mixed messages in Claremont, unmixed messages in the mail: Overheard in the Barnard Mail Room: “Who needs a boyfriend when you have a mom?”

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