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40s on 40: The Aftermath

Found in Cafe 212’s female bathroom:

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As Registration comes to a close…

Still unsure about what to take next semester? Bwogger Pierce Stanley offers a few suggestions. Yes, they’re real classes. I. The Interrogative Variety Spring 2008 Religion W4722 NOTHING, GOD, FREEDOM Spring 2008 Philosophy BC1001 WHAT IS PHILOSOPHY? Spring 2008 French G8650 WHAT IS FRANCE? Spring 2008 Philosophy G9482 MEANING Spring 2008 Anthropology G6085 THING THEORY […]

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MySpace Gains the Freshman 15

Poorly-edited magazine Seventeen is coming to a MySpace near you! In the form of “15 freshman girls” (omg, misnomer!- Ed) who will be blogging all the “juicy details” from their first year at school! The girls will be writing about everything from like, classes or whatever, to like, how to break up with your high […]

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Notes from a Library

There is way too much going on in Butler these days to be remotely bored. A sampling of the cracked out goings on: Elevator Dance Party! At around 8:30 PM, four kids rocked out with their iPod speakers to standard indy and classic rock favorites, riding the rightmost elevator next to the computer lab to […]

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