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Spring has sprung, and the week is done. Let’s feel our hearts bloom with love for those we cherish and those whom we still await meeting, but will care for with all our beings.

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With midterms and spring break approaching, let’s take a breath and get ready for something new.

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Now that the holiday of love is over, it’s time to look back fondly at our week and think about what went as hoped, and what went… not so as hoped.

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Another week passed, hopefully better than the last. But who can say when our lives are constantly being thrown into the fray?

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Biden’s inauguration, shopping period ending, and cases rising. The world just keeps moving forward even if we don’t want it to, huh? Let’s see what Bwog did during the fleeting moments of last week.

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It’s time for the final finals of 2020. Will things ever be the same again?

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Bwog thinks about finals and opts to instead live a real life, which is… outside? In our room? Unclear.

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And if they infect someone or transmit the disease to someone or miss work, can the university sue them? (read more)
Faculty And Staff Must Receive The COVID-19 Vaccine By September 1, 2021
May 15, 2021
You know that is not accurate. We saw how this disease overwhelmed our health care system. Most faculty and staff (read more)
Faculty And Staff Must Receive The COVID-19 Vaccine By September 1, 2021
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Why all these one sided articles bwog? Why not interview people who liked the contract? Why not interview people (read more)
An Interview With The Three Dissenting Members Of The GWC-UAW Bargaining Committee
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