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The Defenstration of Prague led to the Thirty Years’ War in 1618. NASA is eying the six-ton Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS) as it barrels towards a yet-to-be-known location on Earth. While the chance of it crashing into North America has not been entirely ruled out, scientists expect it to fall over the Pacific Ocean […]

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A bit of belated news (as Bwog staff members also must make journeys to their respective motherlands), but it seems that there has been an accident! As for the “details to follow,” as far as we know they haven’t quite followed yet, although such incidents on the last day of finals do create potential imagined […]

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Bwog editor Chris Szabla writes in: “Did security invade anyone else’s EC room in the early [Saturday] morning hours to inspect something down on Morningside Drive?…” Chris first heard the security officers discussing what sounded like the source of some projectiles (“10-4, it’s the fourth window up, seventh one over”) before hearing a knock on […]

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