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GSSC Talks Coasters, Events, CPS, And More

Excited for the upcoming tree lighting? Have a passion for the intersection of beverage coasters and graphic design? This is your weekly GSSC update.

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GSSC Discusses What Swag They Should Buy

GSSC is in the holiday season this week. Between GSSC giving things away and providing snacks for finals, student government liaison Joe Milholland could barely keep up with the holiday cheer. On Tuesday night, the General Studies Student Council (GSSC) spent much of their time at their weekly general body meeting discussing two topics related […]

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Morningside Bakeries, Let’s Get Ready to (C)rumble

In a constant search for Morningside’s finest, Bwog was eager to weigh in when a dispute arose about the best cookie in the neighborhood. Secretary of Snack Alison Herman followed the aroma wafting over Morningside Park and investigated. After an honorable mention of Levain Bakery in our Bwog Thanksgiving, an anonymous tipster indignantly called us out on our […]

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