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Just because it’s a pandemic, doesn’t mean we’re not getting it on. Whether it’s with yourself or with your quarantine buddy, we’re posting this playlist to support you and yours getting freaky – I mean, we’re already washing our hands anyways?

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Bwogline: Ever close your eyes to rub them? You’ve probably “seen” shapes behind your eyelids, despite a lack of light. Those random formations are called “phosphenes,” and a recently published paper in the journal Cell shows they have some rhyme and reason. After researchers sent successive electrical impulses along a certain region of participants’ brains, […]

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We will never experience as chill a finals season as now,  ever again.

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One more week, y’all.  You deserve to sleep in. Bwogline: After smelling a strong “possibly hazardous” odor a school bus of thirty middle school students was evacuated in Florida this past week.  The smell turned out to be a student who had sprayed an exorbitant amount of Axe body spray.  Honestly, I don’t think the […]

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Hungover from formals, “study breaks”, or a prolonged night at B*tler? Bwog thinks you deserve five more minutes in bed.

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