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#RushBwog And Become A Staff Writer

So you think Bwog might be the place for you, but you don’t think you quite want to commit to being a Daily Editor. There are many other ways to get involved with Bwog as a first-year, including applying to be a Staff Writer. Staff writer responsibilities involve generating content for the site, attending weekly […]

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Staff Writer And Daily Editor Applications Due This Week!

This is just a friendly/frantic reminder that the applications to be a Staff Writer for Bwog are due tomorrow night at 12:01 am.  If you enjoy writing pretty much anything—because we cover anything—or if you hate writing but are awesome at it, this is an opportunity you won’t want to miss.  Start (or finish) your application now! In […]

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