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Because Science Is Never Conclusive!

While we in America celebrate the signing of some yellowed document, physicists around the globe are engaging in a less nationalistic, but equally historic celebration: the elusive Higgs Boson, the “missing piece” in our current understanding of the subatomic world, has been confirmed to five standard deviations of significance. This discovery was made using the […]

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Overheard: Closing Remarks

Yesterday was the final day of classes and with that teachers everywhere did their best to be inspiring and really leave a mark on their students.  You may not remember everything Hegel ever said, but you will remember that one time your teacher said something that completely changed the way you look at the world. […]

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Underneath It All: A Field Study of the Heights

Ever had twenty-five Heights margaritas in one night? Bwog has, cumulatively. Kicking Bacchaweekend off right, the brave among us hit early happy hour last Thursday… and stayed there well into the next one. It was awkwardly empty, it was frighteningly crowded. It was strangely sober, it was blackout drunk. But most of all, it was […]

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