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THE PUPPIES RETURN

Puppies are back! Or they will be next Sunday in Fur-nald and John Jay lounges from 1 – 4 pm. They’re actually more like therapy dogs, but puppies has a better ring to it, right? Anyways, the Bwog staff was so excited that we put together a gallery of our own puppies for your— well […]

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With Halloween quickly approaching, a few small changes have been made both on and off campus to prepare for maximum spookage. 

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All Hallows’ Eve approaches! Morton Williams displays their Halloween cheer with fall foliage, cotton cobwebs and toy tricker-treaters. Those guys are seriously styled, by the way. Love the bow-ties. But don’t worry, Morningside decorations aren’t all this wholesome. In the coming weeks, get ready for trampy vampires, naughty nurses and totally unnecessary thigh highs. If Mean Girls […]

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