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Rat Race

While the squirrel has long been Bwog’s rodent of choice, recent events have placed his smaller, cuter cousin in the Bwoggy spotlight. Senior Staff Writer and Art Spiegelman fan Alexander Pines brings you this continuation of the mouse chronicles at Columbia. Look, it’s getting cold and a mouse has got to eat. We’ve about given up on Absolute, m2m, […]

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Yesterday, Bwog received tips that there was a mouse auditing a social psychology and political science class in 501 Schermerhorn. Senior Staff Writer Alexander Pines brings you this recollection of the events from the mouse’s perspective. This wouldn’t have happened if Schermerhorn was a normal building, not some House of Leaves shit. I saw a […]

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