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Senior Wisdom Nominations Are Due At 11:59 PM Tonight

Nominate any of your wise friends graduating this semester to be included in our semesterly Senior Wisdoms compilation!

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10 Years Later: Does Columbia Prefer Cheese Or Oral Sex?

Bwog has been around for ten years, and no content has quite defined us like our Senior Wisdoms. We’ve seen some very good (and very bad) advice, but the posts are about more than just actual wisdom. Anyone who’s thought about writing a Senior Wisdom has inevitably had to contemplate – would I rather give […]

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Seniors, Share With Us Your Wisdom!

Know any interesting and wise seniors graduating this semester? We want to hear from them! Please nominate any cool or fascinating people you know (who are graduating this December) to write a senior wisdom for us. Shoot us an email at tips@bwog.com with all their info–name, school, UNI–and a short description of why you think […]

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Oral Sex Or Cheese: The Truth Revealed?

Last week, we sent out the call for this year’s Senior Wisdoms, one of Bwog’s most beloved traditions. One of the responses we received was more unusual than usual: a dedicated scientist who only signed off with the codename Fromage ’13 has made a statistical survey centered around our most famous Senior Wisdom question: “Would […]

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