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Senior Year Checklist: Cry, Scramble, Roll Eyes

It’s taken quite some time for your dearly departed senior staff member to write this intro—accepting that we are, in fact, graduating (fingers crossed) is a hard thing to do. But there you have it. Somehow we’ve made it through freshman, sophomore, and junior year, and here we are with just one semester left—or less! The […]

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The Rose Parade

Bwog’s senior year correspondent from the class of CC ’12, reminds us of how good it felt to sneer at the kids who got candygrams and roses on Valentine’s Day. Thanks to the efforts of one environmentally-conscious freshman biology teacher, it was announced this year that for the first time since its inception, the annual […]

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We Want YOU…

…to be Bwog’s Senior Year Correspondent. Hello Early Deciders, we’re interested in having you write for us as our first ever Senior Year Correspondent. Bwog, always partial to nostalgia and the goings-on of prefrosh, would like to run a series of posts about the life and times of a second-semester high school senior. All interested […]

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