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  Less than a week after the start of CU Assassins,169 of the 240 agents have fallen, with more soon to come. Dissapointingly, the death reports show few exotic locations.  Probably the closest to an exception is this all-caps report: Deceased: Red Devil Time of Death: Tuesday, February 27 at 09:39 AM Location: A GATED […]

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The “Commissioner” of Assassins sends notification that you can’t get your espionage on just yet: Agents: Due to the fact that we ran out of guns (despite having ordered enough for everyone) and the fact that no establishment in Manhattan seems to carry squirt guns in the month of February, we have been forced to […]

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Registration for the annual Engineering Student Council-sponsored water pistol-fest begins tomorrow, and Bwog’s getting excited. Teams of four will compete for group fulfillment, eternal glory, and undisclosed amounts of cash in the “espionage game” that will surely bring out the chemical, mechanical, or biomedical (etc.) engineer that’s somewhere (very) deep inside of you. Don’t let […]

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Last week, B&W staffer Brendan Ballou sat down with Dan Okin, commissioner of CUAssassins, to talk about deceit, cunning, and how assassinating targets can make you a better person. Also, Tao Tan’s early years. Should we be teaching people to assassinate? I mean, life isn’t always about what you see in front of you. So […]

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