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In Defense Of: A Reading (For Fun) Week

Looking for a non-traditional way to prepare for finals? Josh Dillon presents his argument for the best way to spend your reading week days. Reading week: those special four days per semester when students attempt to cram weeks worth of unread books and unsolved problems into their heads. For many, this means camping in Butler […]

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Senior Wisdom: Pazia Miller

Welcome back to another round of our short December Senior Wisdoms, shouting out to those midyear graduates. Here we have Pazia Miller—we can’t believe her life, either. Name, Hometown, School: Pazia Shayne Miller (Pronounced Asia with a P at the front), raised in Baltimore and transplanted to White Plains, New York (REPRESENT). Barnard College always. Claim […]

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Bwog’s Midterms Playlist

Bwog was wondering: What do you watch or listen to when you go into an exam knowing you’ll fail? Here’s how we pump ourselves up in anticipation of failure, when we’ve really just got to say “fuck it, we’re doing it live.” “The World’s Greatest” by R. Kelly “You Make My Dreams Come True” by Hall […]

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