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Welcome back to campus, Barnumbians! And welcome TO campus to the Class of 2026! We hope that, by now, you’ve settled into your room, met your roommates, and figured out how to use your room key. If you’ve done all those things—great! You’re officially on your way to becoming a functioning member of a college. […]

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Worried about where you’ll find the optimal studying spot to ace all your midterms? Don’t be! We at Bwog are here to help with all your intellectual (and musical!) needs.

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If I had unrestricted access to YouTube as a kid, I would have binge-watched “hey, it’s FRED” till the end of time.

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Deputy Editor Caroline Mullooly brings you Bwog’s best study tips for this semester—live from quarantine. 

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A tipster sent us this salient reminder that it’s important to stay awake and alert in lecture, at all costs:  

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