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ESC Finishes Off The Semester With Fire And (A Failed) Impeachment

Every Tuesday Bwog brings you a recap of the previous night’s ECS meeting. Bureau Chief Finn Klauber recounts this week’s ESC meeting which covered a range of interesting topics, from the tax bill to home destruction.  VP Policy, Zoha Qamar VP Qamar discussed the “wellness machines,” vending machines with health products such as emergency contraception, […]

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Students Stage Protest At Tree Lighting Ceremony

During this year’s Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on College Walk, students staged a protest in the form of a die-in. This action is in continued response to the recent rulings on the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases. Students were spotted carrying signs saying “we can’t breathe” prior to the ceremony. We received a tip earlier tonight about the die-in, […]

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