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While Butler reeks of stress and procrastination (and also genuine butt), CUMB has perfumed our moods with some comedic relief by releasing some of the second round of Orgo Night posters. There is a notable absence of highly offensive jokes–are CUMB and controversy on a hiatus? Regardless, we’re sure they’ll be back together this Thursday at 11:59 […]

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It’s an exciting year for prospective college students: several young women at the forefront of culture are applying to college, and the Class of 2020 has latched on to the hope that Malia Obama will be among their classmates next year. Some have gotten so excited about this idea, they’ve taken to the Class of 2020 […]

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Adding to the recent speculation surrounding the most famous teenage Obama, Bwog writer Betsy Ladyzhets takes you back to the early 1990s when another, lesser-known Obama attended the best women’s college in New York City. Malia Obama’s college decision is on everyone’s mind: her mind, her parents’ minds, and clearly the minds of the nation. […]

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