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Once again, we tell you where the seats for the library reservation system are actually located.

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In the depths of Butler 210, a menage of book titles begged to be sculpted into a magnificent poem. It’s like they knew it was (almost) National Poetry Month! The claws of my son, A long black dragon, Divide rice by memory. Those perilous hands and my Memories on reform are Today’s revolution against Dragons […]

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Continuing our warm welcome of the newly EDmitted Class of 2018, Bwog is presenting a rundown of our typical day because we’re Real People that have Real Lives (at least, that’s what we tell ourselves after the fifth day straight in Butler). A sophomore staffer who wished to remain anonymous (Real People can be anonymous, […]

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And oh what a rollicking weekend it was. There was definitely something in the air this week as people everywhere went hog wild and got up to some serious hoodrat shit. Ah yes, nightlife Last Lerner Pub of the semester was last night; pretty empty but not Senior-Night-at-Pourhouse status. Plus it was nice not having to […]

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