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The crew from the Varsity Show is posted up on College Walk slinging a spread of free nostalgia-inducing treats: Goldfish, Fruit by the Foot, juice boxes, Silly Bands, games, and VShow glasses. They’ll be out until 4 pm. Auditions for the VShow will be held next Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday form 8 to 11 pm in Hamilton Hall. […]

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An anonymous tipster sent us the following gem yesterday—we added the sunglasses to protect his identity, and augment chill. All those flooding the libraries in anticipation of upcoming midterms, take note: Around 4 this afternoon a diligent student studying in the Diana cafeteria on the second floor excavated himself from behind his laptop, lay down on the […]

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Bwog likes to hop all sorts of things, from Equestrian club saddles to lingering denizens of Butler café, but especially libraries. Today, Anish Bramhandkar takes you the NoCo Science and Engineering Library. Yes, NoCo’s been open for a while, but we’re still captivated. It’s just so fancy. You’d think the starkness of the Mudd engineering […]

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