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As midterms become a terrible reality for most at this point in the semester, we had staffers Betsy Ladyzhets and Phoebe Newton put together some haikus to help you get through the stress of studying and your woes in Butler. Boy sits in Butler. He can’t remember when he Was not in Butler. Professor stops speaking. Silence […]

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Recently, Bwog received a tip that included the following disturbing information: “Public Safety infiltrates student groups. Seriously. If you start to organize, they send in people, or just one person, to your meeting and spy on you, and bring that intel back to the senior administration…. Some of their plain-clothes officers look (and in some […]

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Introducing…You

In case you haven’t already figured this out, almost all of your conversations during NSOP are going to consist of exchanging the same boring facts about your life with strangers. You’re stuck cycling through the same intro until you either find something you can make awkward conversation about or you decide not to be friends. […]

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We’re all about spreading the love here at Bwog. In the spirit of the holiday, we’ve asked Features Editor and noted fan of Valentine’s Day Alexander Pines to come up with some cards for all of your love/lust/like-like-seeking needs. Feel free to print ’em out and slip them to that lucky someone (higher resolution versions are […]

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Spring Auditions

See an arts show last semester and feel that instant pang of regret that you hadn’t auditioned? Or perhaps you just want to force yourself to be more creative this semester? Either way, Bwog’s Arts Editor Madysen Luebke has got you covered with this handy-dandy list of auditions going on this week! Break a leg! […]

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Rat Race

While the squirrel has long been Bwog’s rodent of choice, recent events have placed his smaller, cuter cousin in the Bwoggy spotlight. Senior Staff Writer and Art Spiegelman fan Alexander Pines brings you this continuation of the mouse chronicles at Columbia. Look, it’s getting cold and a mouse has got to eat. We’ve about given up on Absolute, m2m, […]

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Yesterday, Bwog received tips that there was a mouse auditing a social psychology and political science class in 501 Schermerhorn. Senior Staff Writer Alexander Pines brings you this recollection of the events from the mouse’s perspective. This wouldn’t have happened if Schermerhorn was a normal building, not some House of Leaves shit. I saw a […]

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Sometimes, you see the sunrise because you’re a productive human being and woke up early. Sometimes, you see it as it greets you on the stumble home from Butler. Bwog, inspired by sleep deprivation and stress the vibrant fall images on campus, brings you this first-hand account. The birds are the first things I hear as […]

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