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Tonight, you can see the most anticipated movie of the decade. “Can see” – but you won’t. Have a happy first day of finals. Bwogline: Probably something important is happening in US politics, or world politics, but that’s not important – Star Wars is. Star Wars. Star Wars. Star Wars. You know what people love more than […]

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Hear ye, hear ye! Bwog declares new Barnard Dean Avis Hinkson shall henceforth be called A-Hinks. But you, lovely readers, had some stellar suggestions. So we want you to vote on a “not safe for work” unofficial nickname in the comments. The finalists are: Jar Jar Hinks Hinkberry Da Vinki The Incredible Hink

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A loyal (indeed, very loyal) Bwog reader reports: “Shortly after the SEAS class day festivities finished (e.g. now), the sound system is playing the Mos Eisley Cantina song from Star Wars.” Bwog has heard many graduating students proclaiming that they have waited a long time for this. We bet they have.

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