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Theater or Interpretive Dance?

Does this look familiar? The answer to that question is an emphatic YES. We still don’t know who they are, or how/whether we are to interpret their movements, if they are indeed the same people. Feel free to help us figure this one out.

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The Dance of the Glow Worms

It’s a cheery 59 degrees outside! Take your work out on the lawn, bask in the sun, read on the steps… squirm (?) on Low Plaza…

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Everything You Never Wanted To Know About Housing

Housing: like it or not, it’s here. You’re probably in the throes of registration (and if you are, what are you waiting for! You only have two days left!) and have broken at least two friendships. But don’t worry, Bwog has been there and understands. We’ve delved into the mysterious world of Columbia Housing for […]

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LectureHop: You, Philosophy, and Everyone You Know

In which Kate Hughes attempts to discover the meaning of life. It was no surprise that the room was filled entirely with older scholars, the types of people who actually have the time to contemplate life. Chins perched thoughtfully in their elbows, they listened with interest to Charles Taylor, philosopher and Professor Emeritus at McGill. […]

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