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Bwoglines: College In The City Edition

Desperate for an escape from midterms? Try faking a coma for two years like this guy did. (Gawker) Taylor Swift wrote an ode to New York for her new album, and it’s not great. (Gothamist) The war on smoking continues! It may cost more for you to fill your prescription at a pharmacy where they […]

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The Morning(side) After

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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