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The PE Requirement is sometimes maligned as unfitting of Ivy League scholars, unfair to the ‘nonathletic’ and even downright unexplainable, a la the swim test.  However, Bwog knows the true value of hitting the gym every now and then.  Rather than one more unfair burden on the backs of the bright-eyed leaders of tomorrow, the […]

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IT’S (NOT) OVER!

Going by the tone of tonight’s candlelight vigil (and counter-protest), the fact that the hunger strike has ended doesn’t change anything. The strikers still plan on holding vigils every night at 9. They still plan on camping out on the lawn between College Walk and Butler. And, as speakers and attendees to tonight’s vigil reiterated, […]

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