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As you may have heard, we’re looking for a bunch of new Daily Editors. Applications are due this Friday, September 7, which means you have like 48 hours or something (What? We’re not math majors…) to apply for a spot. Daily editors write and edit articles, pester other staff writers, and schedule posts. Dailies are responsible […]

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Bwog is looking for some bright-eyed youngins to serve as our newest daily editors. Freshpeople, this means you, too! (If you want to get a better idea of what Bwog is before you throw your hipster beanie into the ring, stop by our first meeting of the year this Sunday, September 2. It will be […]

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Bwog is looking for some bright-eyed youngins to serve as our newest daily editors. “What do dailies do?” one might wonder, as his/her (okay, your) bloodshot eyes, illuminated by the sickly 3 am glow of a laptop screen, scan this very page. Daily editors write and edit articles, pester other staff writers, and schedule posts. […]

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