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AskBwog: Latin Unites Roommates

Received 9:47 AM Dear Bwog, My roommate and I are still having problems. It’s gotten even weirder and I could really use some advice. Last night I had what I thought was just a dream. Well, I thought it was but my roommate has been treating me more creepily since. He brought back some weird […]

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World Leaders: Now Including Shakira!

When we posted about the World Leaders Forum speaker list a few days ago, many of you suggested that more high profile speakers would be announced soon. Well, you were right, though the speakers aren’t for the World Leaders Forum. A tipster has informed us that, on Wednesday, September 24th, several South and Central American […]

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Dead language grammar check

In the weeks after securing their diplomas, some classically-minded seniors may be wondering about the ancient language on the symbolic paper scrolls. Bwog tipster Tao Tan went a little further. “The Latin looked just a bit off to me,” Tao writes. “Specifically, I was wondering how and why they chose to render “New York” (Novum […]

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