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Double Trouble: Objection Edition

Don’t shed those tears after our 21-16 loss to Dartmouth, Bwog is here to cheer you up with a double dose of Overheards and Overseens. Thanks to our army of minions tipsters, we’ve gathered some snippets through the grapevine. Freshman athletes on Lit Hum: “I didn’t know, when I committed, about the whole liberal arts thing […]

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A Side of Breadstick

So as to continue this wonderful recent trend in overheard/seen pleasantries, now a gossip gem from the Harvest issue of the Blue and White: One recent Saturday night, a drunken blond gentleman tried to order Koronet* pizza with his jeans pooled around his feet and his eerily transparent boxers on full display. When the cashier […]

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First Contact

Like in a scene taken from a fairy tale, these fledglings took a respite from dodging Broadway traffic and overeager toddlers. One onlooker was colored incredulous, “I feel like I’m in a Disney movie or something.” Fly up and away little birds, the shadow grows longer.

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Of course, a Columbia student being jealous of an NYU student, makes sense /s (read more)
Confession: I Destroyed The NYU Class Of 2023 GroupMe Chat
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Oh come off it, guy. I’m an NYU undergrad and this is hilarious. (read more)
Confession: I Destroyed The NYU Class Of 2023 GroupMe Chat
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It sounds like you have way too much time on your hands. I don't really see what you accomplished. I (read more)
Confession: I Destroyed The NYU Class Of 2023 GroupMe Chat
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As an nyu alum, you are a hero, not one we need but one we deserve. (read more)
Confession: I Destroyed The NYU Class Of 2023 GroupMe Chat
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