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Shia Labeouf went on Jimmy Kimmel to explain his drunken arrest this past summer outside of a performance of Cabaret. (Complex) This guy has been banned from entering all 35,000 restaurants and bars in London after getting caught stealing bags and phones from bars. He’s also going to jail for four years. (Grub Street) The Ukrainian […]

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Hello Friends, The staff of The Blue & White, Bwog’s inkier stepbrother, extends the warmest of invitations to join us at our weekly meeting this chilly Valentine’s Day Eve. Take shelter with us in the cozy crypt of St. Paul’s Chapel, where we’ll discuss campus happenings, content for upcoming issues, and the impending official launch of […]

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