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How To Roommate

So you’re living with a stranger now.  Maybe it’s the first time you’ve shared a room or maybe you’ve been bunking with you sister since birth, but this whole “college” thing is still a new experience.  To that end, Bwog’s editor and her roommate of going-on four years, who were randomly paired in Carman back […]

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