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Last week, Bwog sat down with Dan Mullins, Florida native and member of Columbia’s Uptown Local, in the Butler lounge for some unconventional learning. Frisbee clutched faithfully in hand, he shared words of wisdom on one of the most parodied and misunderstood sports in modern culture. Endless mysteries surround Ultimate Frisbee: Is it great enough […]

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Daily Editor Anna Kelner reports that, about half an hour ago, a student was taken away by paramedics after an apparent frisbee accident.   No word yet on the student’s condition.

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 -The Uptown Local Team Columbia’s Ultimate Frisbee (the sport is also called Ultimate) team Uptown Local gained some national cred this past weekend, finishing an impressive fourth in regional competition. The team‘s meteoric rise began the weekend of April 18th when they surprised the competition in Sectionals. Though the team was the 8th seed out […]

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