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Field Notes: Fall Break Cannot Come Sooner Edition

With mid-terms coming to a close, the cool air blowing in and everyone desperate for Fall Break, Bwog reflects on a weekend of paying debts and placing bets on who is over class work the most.  Too bored for real work: I also joined a men’s shaving club while procrastinating a paper. Pregamed homecoming at 8am at […]

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John Jay Carpet Caper Flummoxes Freshmen

   Photo by Jon Hill A Bwog tipster has sent in a report of dastardly doings in John Jay. Last Monday, unsavory characters entered the 10th floor lounge and made off with an 8-by-10-foot flokati rug.  JJ10ers point out that “the carpet is extremely heavy,” making it difficult to move very far or very fast, […]

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Eyewitness News: Thievery on 111th

About an hour and a half ago, Bwog was journeying south on the east side of Broadway when we noticed three men sprinting west across moving traffic towards the other side of the street. People stood on the sidewalk between 111th and 112th and observed the men as the chase unfolded. “I hope they get […]

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Stolen goods?

A Bwog tipster recently brought to our attention that the Alpha Delta Phi pirate flag has been missing from the 114th Street brownstone for awhile now. What happened? “It was apparently stolen by MIT’s chapter of the frat last week,” so says our tipster (although this has not been confirmed by ADP itself). If so […]

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