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Personals

Personals: Zach

Internal Editor Aditi and Arts Editor Maya continue their rampage of writing personals for other Bwoggers.

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Personals: Rita

Look no further for your Valentine this year, as Internal Editor Aditi tries to set up yet another one of her friends.

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Personals: Maya

Internal Editor Aditi makes a case for the wonderful Arts Editor Maya to be your Valentine. Yeah, you!

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Personals: Aditi

In this very special personal Arts Editor Maya has written an application for our beloved Internal Editor, Aditi, to find her one true love.

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Personals: Eliza

Today we got personal with SGA Bureau Chief and Social Team Member Eliza.

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We are all trying to deal with the perpetual loneliness of adolescence that the pandemic has only exacerbated. As Valentine’s Day approaches, Bwog wants to help you cuff your dream person any human for some semblance of emotional connection.

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