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Dear Bwog: Harry and Sally

Once again, Bwog’s here to give you our world-renown relationship advice. Your friendly neighborhood Alexandra Svokos tackles this one. If you need advice, email tips@bwog.com or use our anonymous tip form, as this tipster did. Hey Bwog, I need some help over here. I think I have feelings for my best friend. I’m actually really […]

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PeopleHop: The First To House

In-person suite selection begins tomorrow at 9:30 am in the John Jay Lounge (see you there!).  Alexandra Svokos, 30/1550, tried to get annoyed at David Najem and Henning Sauerbier, 30/53, who will be picking first, but these CU soccer players were too earnest and nervous to be mad at for long. Bwog: Do you have a plan? […]

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Go Join WikiCU

In a mood inspired by times past, Bwog has been meditating over institutional memory a lot recently. Though our community benefits from the healthy, competitive presence of at least two robust publications, many of the finer points of our contemporary experience are annually lost come May. Bwog humbly suggests that you help to remedy the […]

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