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Bwog Meeting Tonight

Get that epiphany immediately after turning in your Calc midterm that you fucked it up? Are you preparing to stay up all night, barfing words (The author utilizes…) onto your computer just to finish your UWriting essay for tomorrow morning? Did you just wake up? 5:00p.m? Beside the rodent that you named after your best friend […]

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PSA: Bloodthirsty Monsters

As spring fully emerges, a new mutant breed of squirrels—created by ingesting the fertilizer in front of Butler—takes over campus as the first step in its quest for world domination. These squirrels have heightened mental and physical capacities, and have been terrorizing unsuspecting undergraduates. A few tipsters risked looking into the squirrels’ fatal beady eyes […]

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