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Seems like it’s a snow slow news day at CNN, because they sent a reporter to Low Steps to interview students at the snowball fight encore. They didn’t realize that, in a snowball fight, there’s no such thing as a neutral bystander.

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We don’t give a shit if you’re already home and playing with your cat. At least one Bwogger still has 2 exams and a paper left as of this morning, so put up with us for our penultimate Bwog in Bed of 2013. Bwogline: Rich Ellerson was fired as West Point’s football coach after going […]

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Late last night we got a tip about an attack from the War on Fun (it’s back) that occurred at Saturday night’s Snowball Fight. We present the story to you in full: Okay so in the middle of the snowball fight last [Saturday] night, a few dedicated souls opted to forgo the catharsis of violently […]

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It is becoming increasingly likely that an individual possessed by a giant rabbit has caused the John Jay elevator crisis:  

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What better way to express yourself than on the hood of a stranger’s car? A sampling of the art that last night’s flurry inspired:

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