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Register or Die!

All of a sudden freshpeople everywhere are all in a tizzy, elbowing each other out of the way to get to public computers. It’s the first day they can register for classes. “I started checking half an hour before [my appointment time] and just kept hitting refresh,” said one ’15er. Here are some handy resources […]

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Freshpeople Housing Review: Carman

Hey, 2015, we know you exist! And we know that you know that your housing deadline is May 1. You’re freaking out, wondering if you want a roommate, wondering if a single will cut you off from friends, wondering if the LLC is even a thing. Enter Bwog’s Freshpeople Housing Review. Here we’ll walk you […]

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What’s Up With 2014?

Vandalism in John Jay, now arson in Carman…the freshpeople have gone insane! Bwog was informed that someone set fire to the paper on the Carman bulletin board on Friday night. Two students blew the the fire out before calling security. The culprit is still unidentified and on the loose, but this evidence remains: Photo by […]

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