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Open Meeting Announcement

Bwog is having our second open meeting of the semester! The first one was so lit, people were standing on tables (jk. But actually, get here early so you have a place to stand). Tonight, 9 pm, Lerner 510. We’ll be discussing pitches and what Bwog is all about, if it’s not already obvious from […]

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First Open Meeting of Year!

You heard right–the coolest club on campus, the one you’ve been dying to join, is finally having an open meeting! For pre-frosh, your faithful companion during NSOP and before is finally seeking your help to come join. For everyone else, sophomores and beyond (even GS geezers!), we want you too! Now’s your chance. Tonight at […]

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