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Midterms getting you down? Think back — when was the last time you left Butler had a good meal? The last time you saw daylight ate food that wasn’t prepackaged? The last time you heard laughter had a *gasp* vegetable? If you can’t remember the answer to that question, it might be time to go […]

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Hang onto your parkas, folks — this weekend we might get roughly a million inches of snow. Or it might sprinkle a bit. Or it might not do anything at all. Oh weather forecasts, how you toy with us so! (Gawker) As you confusedly attempt to set your thermostat for the weekend (just kidding, the […]

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For many, today is another day within the eye of the storm. For those with random makeup exams and the half of the freshman class in FroSci, console yourself as you lie in bed with the fact that you’ll be one exam closer to freedom. As always, email tips@bwog.com about your strange neighbor in Butler […]

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So let’s be honest: everybody hates Mondays. The closer we get to finals, the truer this becomes. So, as you roll out of bed on Monday morning and question the life decisions that got you to this point, Bwog is here to help you cheer up! Calm down, take a deep breath, and feel better […]

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