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Tití me preguntó si tengo muchas organizaciones, muchas organizaciones. Hoy tengo una, mañana otra. (Translated: Auntie asked me if I have a lot of organizations, a lot of organizations. Today I have one, tomorrow another.)

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Consider Bwog dot com as your own personal club fair, happy clubbing and rush Bwog!!

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For the first time in at least two years, the annual CU Activities Fair will be taking place on a day that isn’t hot and stanky. Today’s high is 75 with clear skies, which means there is no excuse for why we shouldn’t see you all out there! We’ll be sharing a table with our […]

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Happening Around the World:  A deadly mag. 8.2 earthquake struck Mexico around 11:50pm local time. Officials issued and later revoked a tsunami warning. (BBC) Happening in the nation: Betsy DeVos announced at George Mason University yesterday that she is rolling back former President Obama’s rules on title IX and investigating campus sexual assault cases, as it was “unfair […]

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