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Senior Bucket List

Seniors! Time is running out, and bleachers are going up! We know you’re feeling nostalgic, sitting on the steps, and soaking up the sun. Senior Wisdom is imminent, but we thought we’d give some you advice as well as receive it. Bwog once again presents (hyperlinks) the shenanigans we highly recommend getting under your belt […]

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Today is an alternating Wednesday. So welcome back to QuickTix! Remember the TIC? Remember that you said you wanted to see New York? Tickets sold for on campus events this week: 990 On campus events on sale now: 7th Annual Guria Benefit: October 9th @ 6:30pm, Roone, $10, Tickets. The Physicists: October 21st @ 3pm […]

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