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This afternoon at 5 pm, campus improv group Fruit Paunch begins their annual 24 hour comedy show on Low Plaza. Stop by anytime before 5 pm tomorrow for a dose of irreverent and mildly awkward humor before the onset of the dark night. If you need a reason more compelling than forcing Bob and Eli to reenact […]

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Last semester, we sent Matt Powell on a series of missions to see what he could cook up with the contents of a random individual’s room. In the midst of the start-of-semester flurry, Matt has prepared an improvisational piece for this week’s installment of Cooking with Bwog. Let’s get real—I’m the kind of person who […]

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