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Steps For Reintegration Post-CAVA

Being CAVA’d can change a person. That trip to the hospital, whether the CAVA victim remembers it or not, does something to the mind, telling you that the choices you’ve made are seriously dangerous. The worst walk of shame you’ll ever take part in, from St. Luke’s back to campus, remains burned in the memory […]

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Bwog’s Choose Your Own Drunk Adventure: Getting Into JJ’s

It’s Saturday night: the party you’re at is about to get shut down by public safety and your bank account is a realistic interpretation of “Dante’s Inferno.” You and your new-found friends are on a mission: to get to JJ’s together in one piece. Welcome to this adventure! Click on the links to determine your fate.  While […]

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What To Do During NSOP 2016

NSOP is just two weeks from now! If you haven’t heard, this year’s theme is NSOP Out Loud. If the NSOP Committee’s promo video is any indication, first-years will be expected to take a bunch of Snapchat videos, hopefully making friends along the way. Undergraduate Student Life released the schedules for all undergraduate NSOP’s this […]

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