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Bwog Personals: Uh-Huh, Honey

Looking for someone to woo you on the back of a motorcycle? Someone to share a Milano sandwich with you, lady-and-the-tramp-style? Someone who will warm you up after you get sprayed with icy sludge while trying to cross the street (lookin’ at you 115th street intersection)? Well look no further than Bwog to find true […]

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Do Your Part

Several on-campus organizations are helping victims of Hurricane Sandy, and there are also many places throughout the city that are seeking volunteers. Here are some of the ways you can help spread Halloween cheer. Donate to the collection drives at Beta or Lambda Bring candy to Sigma Nu, which will be passing out candy to kids Help GS […]

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Nope, No Fire at Mondel’s. . .

. . . just a couple of firemen making a special stop to buy chocolate for their sweethearts!

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Bwoglines: Warm Fuzzies Edition

Famous people sing songs of love. (Entertainment Weekly) Bubba comes home from the hospital. (NYT) Your journalism professor takes off his clothes. (NY Daily News) New York gets its very own street artist. (Gothamist) New York hearts you. (MediaBistro)

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