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As registration gets closer, Bwog gets more nervous about what PE class to take. So we set to work immediately to narrow down the Sweet 16. Round Two Results: Ok well we’re running out of space on this piece of paper but we’ve already determined that doing this by hand was the shittiest idea we’ve […]

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PE Madness: Round 1

Behold: registration is nigh! As Bwog combed the bulletin, an itch in the back of our SSOL audit report reminded us that there are not one but two physical education requirements. But with all these activities to choose from, how do we progress from here? Bwog has begun our very own PE Madness Tournament to […]

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