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Bwoglines: Power Through That Reading Edition

With only one week (one week!) left before the start of finals, studying is starting to get desperate. We can practically smell the infernal stink of entrenched Butler campers already. Bwog knows you’re stressed out, and Bwog is here to provide you with enough coffee and good vibes to get your groove back. Five lucky […]

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AskBwog: P/D/F Confidentiality No Longer Questionable

Dear Bwog, If I end up in the unfortunate situation that is choosing to Pass/D/Fail a course, will my professor know that I’ve done so? Love and rockets, Questionable Student Dear Questionable Student, We’ve been wondering the same thing, and thought we might go to the source on this one. We reached out, and earned […]

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Midterms… They Fucking Suck!

An unscientific poll of Bwoggers concludes that tonight/tomorrow is filled with an unholy combination of midterms, problem sets, and paper due dates. Times of turmoil call for instant gratification and endless distraction; so here are a bunch of links to the garbage we’re procrastinating to. r/Aww This Isn’t Happiness Emergency compliment Virtual Bubble Wrap Food Porn Daily or […]

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