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What If We Kissed…

Newsletter Editor Eva Sher is a big fan of memes. She sends memes to her friends like it’s her job. A new meme has surfaced, suggesting places to kiss. She has collected some ideas of places to kiss around campus from fellow Bwoggers and made their suggestions into memes. You’re welcome. 

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Personals: NYU Local

The hottest single blog this side of the Hudson. NYU Local loves everything good, and everything good loves them. Send us an email at editors@bwog.com and we’ll set you up (over Skype, I guess?) or don’t because maybe we’ll just set ourselves up with them. 

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Comment Awards Spring 2017

One of the best ways Bwog gauges campus impressions of our content is by reading our comments from lovely viewers like you. And we read everything—from angry slurs, to defensive anecdotes, to half-assed praise. Here are a few of our favorites from this semester.    Most Underrepresented:   Best Mathematical Calculations:   Most Helpful:   Most […]

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Field Notes: We Survived Edition

This weekend was one for the books, friends. Only just a few more until the end of the semester and we can all go the fuck home (or wherever we’ll be). For now, let’s just be thankful that we survived.  Accomplishments, actually: Went to DC to lobby Congress for progressive gun control reform!! Yay #tuckfrump […]

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