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“Gorgeous gorgeous girls love soup.”

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Dodge gym-goers—agile, strong, and stocked up on pre-workout—make this fitness center an ideal location for crowd-surfing.

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Disappearing Diana Furniture, Dodge gym becoming unsafe for women, an update on transgender rhetoric on campus, oh my! Gabbi Kloppers, SGA reporter, takes you inside another interesting SGA meeting. Here’s what you missed at SGA: A large part of the meeting was devoted to reflecting on the most recent Town Hall meeting, which was focused […]

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According to a tipster, there are “HUNDREDS of FREE MUFFINS in the lobby of Dodge.” Though the blueberry is only “mediocre,” what the muffins lack in flavor the “impressive display” makes up. Update, 2:27 pm: The muffins are all gone. “Literally just crumbs,” we’re told.

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Without even an announcement, the powers that be have seriously revamped the Dodge Fitness Center! Bwog thought the changes were so substantial they deserved more than a mere Boringside mention. Last week, we (Emily) posted on how to comport yourself in Pupin’s congested underbelly, and, sure enough, the space was promptly spruced. Pure speculation: perhaps the […]

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As we’re starting to feel the first chills of fall, it gets harder to live that “casually active” lifestyle you’ve been rocking all summer. This means dealing with the smells and interactions of our own Marcellus Hartley Dodge Fitness Center. To prepare you for your descent to Pupin’s not-so-seedy underbelly, Bwog has compiled an etiquette guide […]

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Bwog is pleased to bring the second edition of our relaxation series. This time, our Scandinavian-in-Residence Ricky Raudales tells you how and why to take advantage of the sauna. Treat yourself (literally!) after your long weekend of studying. Bwoggers, circa 1993 With the dog days of summer mere weeks away, the sauna may not seem […]

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Just after the conclusion of the Japan benefit concert at Miller, a horde of fire trucks pulled up outside Dodge, in response to a real fire. After hearing from the FDNY that the source was a copier, a student developing photos in the darkroom in Dodge confirmed that a laser printer was the origin of […]

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Uh oh: Dodge’s pool is filled with chemicals today, and not just the chemicals it’s filled with every day (a combination of hair gel, chlorine, and school spirit, according to Bwog’s Underwater Scientific Inquiry Bureau). The contamination, though, is a one-day thing, and the pool will reopen tomorrow. 

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There’s currently a fire in Dodge, and a nervous professor is running through the stairwell yelling to anyone who will listen, “This is not a drill.” Also, the area surrounding Dodge smells like smoke. Check back for more updates. UPDATE: According to Public Safety, there wasn’t a fire, just a “smoke condition” caused by an […]

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