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Saturday Morning Cartoons: The Future is Imminent

Okay, so maybe these are closer to Saturday Afternoon Cartoons, but whatever. ‘Toons are ‘toons! As you nurse your hangover (Bwog’s go-to cures are a bagel and a blue Gatorade), enjoy these lovely drawings and ponder your post-grad plans. English majors, it appears your future may have something to do with lizards… Cartoons by Jody […]

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We Didn’t Save Latin

For a few years now, the General Studies Student Council has lobbied to receive a diploma written in Latin–like the College and Law School currently give. (GS, along with the other 13 schools, award an English diploma.) Peter Awn, the GS dean, took a break from being totally awesome to let down GS students easily: […]

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