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Feeling crafty? Have you thought of a cool way to pimp your dorm room (pipe cleaners!!!!)? Bwogger Henry Litwhiler takes us to the newly opened Maker Space to talk about the innovative opportunities that are now available. For those currently harboring detailed blueprints for an erotic tea set under their floorboards, Columbia has launched a surprisingly generous […]

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Late one night, Bwog received this tip from an enterprising Butlerite: An archaic fix to an archaic problem: one of the stalls in the men’s room outside butler 209 has had a broken lock for YEARS. It took one brave, yet disgruntled mechanical engineering student to finally do something about it. Your not-so-anonymous tipster/resident tinkerer, […]

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In case you haven’t thought about him enough while studying for Principles, Bwog brings you the next victim of Actual Wisdom: Sunil Gulati, Econ Prof and president of the US Soccer Federation. In addition to these commendable achievements, Bwog would also like to personally thank Professor Gulati with the idea for this series. Cheers! Justify […]

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