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The Sculpture Discourse (According To CCSC’s Recent Survey)

In the two weeks since we first learned that Henry Moore’s sculpture Reclining Figure was going to be placed in front of Butler in the coming months, the stone figure has garnered quite an uproar. Petitions were circulated, Facebook events were created, op-eds were written, and the New York Times even published a story about student […]

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“We Can’t Post That!”

We the people of Bwog aren’t exactly known for our ability to carefully make decisions…after all, just look at how we spend our weekends? This paucity becomes especially apparent during our pitch meetings, when we come up with our posts for the week. In this piece, our staff recount some of their favorite article ideas that never made it to our site. Shots In Butler […]

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