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It’s been a long winter break, but this sleeping bear is waking up from its hibernation. And it’s hungry. Hungry for fresh meat new writers and all of the snacks that are going to be at Bwog’s meeting tonight at 7 pm in the SGO (that’s on the 5th floor of Lerner, room 505). If you’ve ever thought about […]

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Bwog Gets Resolved

HAPPY NEW YEAR!! We asked our staff to take a minute to put down their drinks, detach the strangers from their faces, and get serious about 2014. Behold, our New Year’s Resolutions that we’re definitely going to keep for more than two weeks! Definitely! Being a Real Person I’ll get more sleep… well at least […]

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We’re Baaaack

Whether you broke up with your significant other, picked up an old hobby, or just messed around over break, it’s time to get back to school with a whole new semester.  And with that, Bwog is crawling out from under our covers and seeing what’s been going on around Morningside (new new Campo?!  An Absolute mess!?).  We’ll be in […]

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