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Happy Wednesday. We’re officially deep into reading week, which means you’re deep into finding ways to procrastinate on your papers. We’ve got an Actual Wisdom to help you out with that. Today, John Kender talks about onions. Justify your existence in 30 words or fewer: Sir Thomas More: Why not be a teacher? You’d be […]

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The results from the General Studies Student Council elections have just come in; unlike your breakfast this morning, some balance has been achieved between indulgence and foresight: Student Body President: Jennifer Wisdom 51% Scott Bacon 35% Eugene Dinescu 9% Vice President of Policy: Nikki Morgan 50% Alexandra Leighton 26% Chief Policy Representative Alexandra Leighton, per […]

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SGA: Pretty In Pink

Bwog’s wisest correspondent Renée Kraiem reports on yesterday’s SGA meeting. If last night is any indication, Rep Council ought to have a pretty fulfilling V-Day; last night’s meeting welcomed a hearty number of visitors to the Diana Café, and even scored some swag in the process. Rep Council’s first guest of the evening was the honorable […]

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