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Field Notes: Don’t Cry Over Spilled Wine Edition

Here at Bwog, we had a weekend filled with spilled drinks, celebrations, and doing the splits. Submit any weekend acrobatics to tips@bwog.com!

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Field Notes: Turnstiles and Onion Rings Edition

Every Monday, Bwog Staff shares tidbits of what occurred in our lives that past week. Each member of Bwog Staff handled their first week of classes a different way.

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Field Notes: Sayonara, Summer Edition

Classes are in full swing and our field notes officially are too! Here’s what we were up to during our glorious can’t-stop-won’t-stop-NSOP.

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Field Notes: Goodbye Edition

The last field notes of the school year… NOO!!! Even the puppy is crying!

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Field Notes: Special Bacchanal Edition

Haven’t had enough Bacchanal content today? Neither have we. Without further ado, here’s what Bwog got up to during the festivities…

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Field Notes: An Absurd Weekend Edition

This list is a hell of a lot funnier when you imagine that only a singular person did all of these things within the span of a couple days.

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Field Notes: Spring Break Edition

Wooooh! Read more to find out what your lovely Bwog staff did over Spring Break.

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