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How was your weekend, Columbia? Did you soak up the sun? Did you get trashed and go to Latenite? Did you just stay in? Here’s what we were up to, anyhow… Wholesome: Walked through the park and listened to Father John Misty’s album and fell asleep at the boat pond. Went to a speciality rice […]

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Last night, Bwog writer Gabrielle Kloppers was honored to attend the opening night of Jumpers, a play satirizing academic philosophy by likening it to badly performed gymnastics. The play was written by renowned playwright Tom Stoppard, who also wrote Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, a Bwog favorite. Although it may concern unskilled competitive gymnasts, the […]

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The setting: Butler’s Catalog Room. The players: two freshman girls reading To The Lighthouse. A few alcoves over, a table is loudly laughing. Girl #1: That girl’s been laughing for hours. Girl #2: She’s probably reading To The Lighthouse. Ba-dum ching! Photo via Wikipedia

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