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What Bwog Learned In Quarantine

After the millions of emails from Barnumbia, Bwog found free time amidst our schoolwork and other obligations for some extra-curricular activity.

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Hidden Talents: The Spearfishing ’15er

In Hidden Talents, Bwog gushes over your classmates’ dexterity like a proud mom. In this installment, we join Freshman Fish Correspondant Sam Schipani as she learns about her floormate’s eccentric extracurriculars, and makes a handful of aquatic puns along the way. Know someone who has 900 toes and can use each one to perform a different task […]

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