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Russian roulette: A Russian hacking group stole confidential medical information about American Olympic athletes and published the information online, according to the World Anti-Doping Agency. Simone Biles and the Williams sisters were among the victims. (CBS Sports) After his Monday night performance on Dancing with the Stars, swimmer/fibber Ryan Lochte couldn’t fox trot away from […]

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Ready or not, it’s almost Summer Break, so Cooking with Bwog 2.0 is prepared with a warm-weather favorite. This week our Culinary Club partners offer a delicious recipe for fish tacos. Cook them in your suite this week then eat them outside somewhere. Beer-Battered Fish Tacos (Makes 8 tacos, Time: 45 minutes) Ingredients: 4 tilapia […]

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Hungry for seafood on a college budget? The prospect of Morton Williams make you ill? Bwog correspondent David Iscoe has found a solution in the form of the New Young Fish Market.   The first time I saw the New Young Fish Market, I thought the sign said “Neil Young Fish Market,” but the real […]

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