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If this personality test has not consumed your days, you are not living your life properly. Feel attacked by the following descriptions and extremely defensive about your major. After all, Bwog is the only campus publication that really understands you.  

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Bwog Staff knows you have been procrastinating your homework by spending seven hours on TikTok. Please go to bed.

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Ah, yes. Finals week. The time of year when we here at Bwog get the most flak for the writing the most nonsensical posts. “This isn’t journalism,” you might argue. And you might be right. But great outcomes come from the smallest ideas, as someone probably once said or something. And this post came from […]

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Relatable pumpkins along Amsterdam? Yes, someone has blessed us with their existence. Which one are you? While walking down Amsterdam, one Bwogger noticed a garden between 118th and 119th Streets with some rather curious Halloween decorations: a series of pumpkins with unique facial expressions. She was inspired by this array to create a “tag yourself” meme, equating […]

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