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So you can revel in the anticlimactic glory that is our beloved Morningside, Bwog catches a few last-minute minutia that might have made all the difference to your morning coffee/mental state during this darkest night, finally lifting. `

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In case you missed them during Mental Health Awareness Week, CNS will be giving out the remaining stock of awesome free t-shirts (and if the picture is any indication, some candy too!) this afternoon at the Sundial from 2-4 pm.

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 Image via insidesocal.com E-Week 2009 kicks off tonight at 8:00 PM in Roone.  This is the yearly event that the SEAS student life committee puts on for the sake of “good food and lots of engineering pride!” (ORIGINAL CAPS REMOVED).   Of course, that’s not why Bwog cares.  According to Peter Valeiras’ multi-colored electronic mail […]

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Take a break from studying and hurry out of your hard-fought Butler cubicles!  Relay For Life committee members are giving away s’mores, hot drinks, and snacks in a study break from 12-2 on the Lerner Ramps.  They will also have some fantastic t-shirts on sale, with slogans such as “Great Boobs Are Worth Fighting For” […]

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T-Shirt WINNER

It’s not as if this joke hasn’t been made before, but Bwog thinks that CPR has pulled it off pretty well in its new T-shirt design. Although, admittedly, the bar has been set pretty low. Available here!  

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