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As Bwog reminisces on our personal Thanksgiving meals, we bring you a compilation of what we (sadly) endured this year. 

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For your Thanksgiving travel listening joy! Available now on Spotify.

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I couldn’t find any Thanksgiving music, but Harvest Moon fits the vibe. As always, meet us in Lerner 510 tonight at 9 pm.

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“Where Art Thou” is a weekly guide to interesting and notable lectures, events, and performances for the literary/musically/theatrically-inclined.

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With Thanksgiving break just around the corner, this edition of “Every Event On Campus” features a wide range of events happening only on the first day of the week. From a student project showcase to the launch of a special cybersecurity report, you’re in luck if this Monday you have free time on your hands.

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Join me as I reminisce on an unexpected holiday meal.

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Happy Sian Beilock Talks To SGA Day! And Turkey Day too, I guess…

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