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Opening Remarks

Classes begin once again, and the first class is always the time that professors try to woo you with humor and niceness before they push you into Butler for many a busy night. But hey, that doesn’t need to spoil the humor. We think some of these professors could just as well be on Comedy […]

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Opening Remarks

Your professors are still in that cute “let’s make the class like me” phase, saying the darndest things to get a laugh during the first few days of class. Before they actually assign homework and their jokes become less endearing, send the inspiring/crazy/out-of-context stuff they say to tips@bwog.com or comment on this post. Here are some […]

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Bwoglines: Building Pressure Edition

Andrew Delbanco’s new book about college shows certain fields to be under pressure of becoming obsolete. (WBUR) President Obama spoke at the University of Colorado about the rising pressures of student debt.  And got pizza at a local bar.  Here’s to hoping he stops by 1020 after Barnard commencement. (Denver Post, 9News) Trey Ellis proves […]

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