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Valentine’s Day is but a mere five days away, and Bwog is here to help you find your new special someone, your cuddle buddy, your partner in crime, someone you can love as much as PrezBo loves, well, PrezBo.  Do you spend every Monday night from eight to ten tuning in to ABC’s Bachelor and […]

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As we prepare to celebrate the emptiness we pretend isn’t there that finds us when we forget the sweet distraction of phones or alcohol love, let’s take a quick break to appreciate the little moments that brought us here. From the classic first gestures of grand affection, to the modern day Tinder meet-cutes, we present to you a […]

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Last Night’s CCSC

A few gems from the Columbia College Student Council meeting Sunday night. “The theme for Safer Sex Week… well, it has to do with hot dogs and tacos.” -Sophomore President George Krebs, announcing a planned Safer Sex Week study break. “We’re making Valentines for old lonely people.” -Junior President Neda Navab, showing compassion for the […]

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