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RoomHop: Land and Sea Edition

Walk into Katie Wolf’s and Sasha DiGiulian’s Wallach double, and you might ask why exactly their room is even being “hopped.”  It’s pretty college typical: brightly colored sheets, desk lamps, some artwork, and (only a little) mess.  Upon closer inspection, though, it’s clear the two aren’t the room’s only inhabitants. Along with Sasha and Katie, […]

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Spending Your Whole Life in Butler Just Got Easier

   Photo via Bwog! In case you couldn’t tell from the joyful cries of sexiled 2013s, the good news from Butler keeps rolling in. Bwog’s star student Liz Naiden reports (with glee) that the Reference Room and the Catalogue Room, as well as “all the other reading rooms on the third floor,” are now open […]

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You Know You Want To…

CTV viewers were shocked—and secretly hopeful—at the announcement a few days ago that Sexiled, that sex show on CTV, is looking for two new hosts.  That’s right: Vanessa Goldstein and Travis Cone are ready to hand over the reigns to their liberated forum of hard-hitting sexual discussion, and are holding auditions for replacements.  In an […]

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