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Bingo Here!

CC 2013’s first Lit Hum class (taught by the esteemed Gareth Williams) begins in about an hour. But it’s never too early to play games–in this case, Lit Hum Lecture Bingo. – Graphic by JYH

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For the last two months, some of your classmates have been taking part in the second incarnation of GoCrossCampus (think Risk + social networking + the 8 Ivies). Despite having far fewer players than most of the other schools, Columbia just defeated Brown at their campus, and is only one of three schools remaining. For […]

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Butler Bingo!

Midterms are here and procrastination season is in full swing, so Bwog wants to help you make the most (make the least?) of your wasted time. We’ve created a bingo game for everyone studying in Butler to play. The game board is filled with 25 of Butler’s most common annoyances and quirks around exam season. Everyone is eligible—simply […]

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