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Somewhere Under the Rainbow

Bwog has received word that the QuAM balloons were just set free by “two masked men.”  Get on it, Public Safety. Update, 5:15 PM:  Superior Inflatables Correspondent Jon Hill spoke to QuAM table staffers.  The “masked students,” who “looked like undergrads,” fled in opposite directions.  “They were pursued, but they were too fast.” In addition, […]

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Sunshine, Happiness and Needles

In case you are wondering why College Walk is inundated with red balloons, Bwog Sharp and Pointy Things expert Anish Bramhandkar has discovered their origin. They are courtesy of a group advocating the passage of a House of Representatives resolution on needle exchange. If there is one thing Columbians want on a sunny day, it’s […]

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Flight of the Red Balloons

Bwog was pleasantly surprised to awake this morning to a beautiful spring day and a pleasant plethora of red balloons scattered around Low quad.  One thousand balloons were placed around campus earlier today by LionPAC. According to LionPAC, “1,000 balloons [represent] 7,000 rockets that have fallen on the civilian city of Sderot.” One Bwog staffer […]

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