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Bwog’s been receiving a lot of tips asking for relationship advice, so we’ve put on our red Jeanne Phillips suit to tackle this doozy tonight: Today was the first day of classes, and with new classes comes seven flights of Hamilton stairs. And new hot men. I entered the lecture hall, and there, like a […]

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Every so often, Bwog receives something unusual in our tips@bwog.com inbox.  Tonight we received this gem, from email address “BCBwogAnon” with this post’s title as subject line, and wanted to share it with you in full: “-Barnard’s quad is practically bursting at the seams with unreleased sexual excitement.  Myself, and most other Barnard students, are […]

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Claiming seats in Butler is less of a science, and more of an art. There are techniques that work for some locations, but fail in others. This evening, Senior Butler Analyst Alex Jones spotted the stakeout below and uses it to illustrate one of the many finer points of Butler camping: item usage. There are […]

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