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“I say, Reginald XIV! This does look like a fine day for a croquet match! Thank goodness I brought my limited edition ‘country-club-sport’ sneakers so my boat shoes don’t have to get scuffed!”* *What Bwog assumes was said Hilariously, this is the second in a series of incredibly preppy overseens. Last year, we bore witness to a different, yet equally preppy, croquet game. Are they […]

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Bwog is bringing back a series of interviews with standout athletes on campus. Last semester, we caught up with track star Kyle Merber and tennis sensation Nikki Bartnik. This week, Bwog sat down with Field Hockey’s Gabby Kozlowski, hoping unlock the secrets to her outstanding career and see how the girls handle all those sticks […]

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