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CCSC’s Uchechi Iteogu, Co-Chair of the Capital Investment Fund, just announced the fund’s grant winners for this year. Six clubs made the cut, out of eleven applications, and a total of $11, 235 was awarded. The four undergraduate student councils created the Capital Investment fund in September 2012 to help clubs with high equipment costs […]

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Yoga?  Naps?  Candlelit baths?  LAME.  Why do that when you can literally kick a human being? Release your midterms anger with Columbia Tae Kwon Do’s Kicks for Cash on College Walk today from 3-6 pm where, for $1, you can kick any member of the team once.  For $10, you can kick them as much […]

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Want to take a quick break from the sun? CU Search is holding its closing event in Furnald right now, and tipsters tell Bwog that there are “over a hundred cupcakes!!!” Enjoy the frosty goodness.  Alternatively, Fu Foundation Bureau Chief Sean Zimmerman recommends the Tae Kwon Do tournament currently going on in Dodge. He sends […]

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