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Drinking with Bwog: There Is An Emptiness

It’s midterm season. The jolly japes of February have come to an end. There’s no leap day to cheer, no Olympics for another year. The craziness of the Oscars has finished, and the madness of March has yet to come. Long story short, there’s close no reason to drink – and what better reason to […]

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Happy Leap Day!

It’s that rarest of holidays,  Leap Day! Your over-talkative friend’s grandfather turns 20 today. If it’s your birthday, you get free Papa John’s. If not, rumor has it you can get a free McSkillet Burrito. Bwog doesn’t know what’s in it, but just try to convince yourself that picture isn’t… appetizing? Update: Tipster Shane Ferro […]

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Cupcakes are Both a Means and an End to Celebration

Tucked away in Lewis Parlor in the Barnard Quad is a very special kind of celebration. The kind that happens every four years. To celebrate 2008’s leap year status, McAc Events—which in four years can hopefully be called LexisNexUS—is sponsoring a leap year cupcake decoration snacktime extravaganza, or something.  The cupcakes are stacked high on […]

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