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It’s everyone’s favorite time of the year—research paper season! However, we know you’re nowhere near finishing your paper and it’s probably due in the next day or so. Instead of stressing in Butler over how you’re going to fill the last 1,000 words of your 10 page paper, we have a few tips to get […]

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The 2012 spring season is coming to a close as most teams enter the final countdown to the conclusion of competition. Though course grades won’t be out for a few more weeks, we can take a look at how the Lions have stacked up this spring. The Men’s Tennis team finished up at 2nd place […]

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Don’t worry, we’ll all be there for each other. Join the Bwog staff tonight for the final meeting of Spring 2012, 7 pm in the Lerner SGO. Perhaps the hypothetical naysayer inside of you asks if it’s too late to get involved? On the contrary, now is when we need you most! So come by […]

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Overseen: Encore?

As would-be theater-goers lined up earlier today to pick up tickets for the last performance of the 118th Annual Varsity Show, Bwog found itself sappily pining for a fourth night. Anyone up for a good old-fashioned protest?

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