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The realest evaluation of the main Barnumbia dining halls to-date—Halloween edition! Tricks or Treats, or Soon-to-Be-Ghosts of Halloweens Past?

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Happening in the World: 300,000 anti-independence protestors gather in the Catalan capital of Barcelona, Spain on Sunday following the Catalan Parliament’s vote on Friday to pursue unilateral independence. Protesters rallied after Madrid took unprecedented measures to quash the region’s bid to split from Spain (CNN). Happening in the US: Miss seeing Obama in the public eye? What […]

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We know you’ve been busy lately—midterms, binge-watching Netflix, and obsessively reading Bwog has no doubt taken a lot out of you. If you haven’t gotten around to preparing your Halloween costume, don’t panic! We have a few suggestions for you, now that Ricky’s is gone (RIP) and it’s even harder for you to scrounge up a […]

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