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In a shockingly short span of time, the class of 2007 will shuffle off this undergraduate coil. What’s left for them to look forward to? Finals, Matthew Fox (of Speed Racer fame!), and Bwog’s Senior Wisdom series, which will introduce you to eleven seniors whom you may or may not have been lucky enough to […]

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Bwog is signing off for awhile to stuff our faces with sweetmeats and to relax Frankie Goes to Hollywood-style. But before we do, we asked several campus figures to tell us what they want for Chrismakwanzikkah or the other non-denominational winter holiday they celebrate. We got a few responses, starting with Sumaiya Ahmed’s interview with… Antonio, […]

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Last week, B&W staffer Brendan Ballou sat down with Dan Okin, commissioner of CUAssassins, to talk about deceit, cunning, and how assassinating targets can make you a better person. Also, Tao Tan’s early years. Should we be teaching people to assassinate? I mean, life isn’t always about what you see in front of you. So […]

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