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Internship, schminternship! In Hidden Talents, Bwog exposes your classmates as the weird and glorious wunderkinder they truly are. Bwog’s Jack-of-All-Trades Matthew Schantz brings you a profile of the high-flying Logan Donovan. Would you like to share your talent? Is your talent exposing other people’s talents? If you satisfy one or more of these conditions please let […]

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Hawkmadinejad made a glorious return yesterday, shredding a pigeon in the trees near John Jay while dropping feathers and guts onto the passers-by below.   More gore after the jump!

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A student project at Temple reveals that our fearsome bird is now terrorizing Philadelphia.

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Bwog has been informed that the above treasure is the first thing that greets your eyes when you enter the EC lobby. Professor-in-residence Harrist discovered it on his deck. As everyone slogging towards the housing process finish line knows, East Campus is nice. Nice enough for professors to consent to live there, despite the social disadvantages of […]

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