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In honor of the first Thursday, Bwog is reposting our ideal icebreaker from last year: Meta Have I Ever.  Tread carefully, this one takes some thinking and covert action.  Enjoy Victoria Gardens, and please celebrate responsibly! Bwog sleeps soundly knowing that somewhere a group of strangers is getting to know each other via a revealing […]

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ABC has just voted to join SGB in not complying with Barnard Student Life’s new Posting Policy.  This is a big step as ABC represents over 150 student groups.  In their statement (below) they announce that ABC will take full responsibility for any “sanctions” given to ABC groups who do not obtain approval before flyering.  The […]

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