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From the Issue: Derek Turner

Keep your eyes open for the September issue of The Blue & White, coming soon to campus. Until then, Bwog will honor our heritage/amorous affair with our mother magazine by posting highlights of the upcoming issue online. Among the treats to look forward to: a litany of bizarre and outdated freshman hazing rituals, a conversation with a luminary […]

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Opening Remarks: Inauguration Edition

Bwog humbly presents our traditional anthology of professors’ opening remarks. Remember to send any overheards tomorrow to Morris Rossabi, History of the Mongols “A visitor to Mongolia once came upon a Mongolian woman whom he thought had enormous breasts that seemed to be moving. Upon further investigation, he found that the woman was nursing […]

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Overheard in Morningside Heights

Recent CU appearances on Overheard in New York: More Like a Hater Girl: So was he, like, a player? Guy: Who, Charlie? Girl: No, that Genghis Khan guy. –114th and Amsterdam The Philosophy of Being…Ignorant Guy: Do you know what the word “ontological” means? Chick: Yeah…I have seen it before… Guy: Yeah. Me too. Chick: […]

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