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Staff Writer and perennial Dune fan Boluwatife Oshuntolu attempts to explain the monolith of a book without seeming rude.

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Lucy Danger (who loves Call Me By Your Name and Timotheé Chalamet, mostly unironically) and Idris O’Neill (who hasn’t seen it, doesn’t care to, and just wants to make fun of him) contributed to this post. If you loved Call Me By Your Name (or Lady Bird) as much as I did, you probably know that […]

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Bwog sat down with Timothée Chalamet, CC’17, who recently finished filming a role in Christopher Nolan’s new film Interstellar (in addition to guest starring in Homeland on Showtime and Royal Pains in USA). After missing NSOP for the movies, he’s settling into his first year and planning to limit shoots over breaks. Movie-obsessed senior staff […]

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