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Drinking with Bwog: Finals Edition Pt. 3

For our final Thursday of the semester, Bwog is once again here for you.  Please drink with us in this final installation of this year’s drinking with Bwog.  Pour a little out for Spring 2012. Maybe this weather is throwing you off, maybe you’re still in a daze from finals, so let’s make this clear: […]

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Drinking with Bwog: Finals Edition Pt. 2

So it’s finals times and you say you won’t be drinking? Yeah, we totally believe you. Just in case you want to—you know—live vicariously through our staggering prose, we bequeath unto you Drinking with Bwog: Finals Edition. Read responsibly! If you’ve somehow managed to score a seat in the ref room, Bwog would shake your hand. […]

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Drinking with Bwog: Finals Edition Pt. 1

So it’s finals times and you say you won’t be drinking?  Yeah, we totally believe you.  Just in case you want to—you know—live vicariously through our brilliant prose, we bequeath unto you Drinking with Bwog: Finals Edition.  Read responsibly! There’s nothing like a good group study session to prepare for LitHum and CC.  Get your […]

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