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Bwoglines: People Need To Chill Out Edition

In the midst of chaos, we can all take these moments to try and chill out and be kind to the people around us. As well as wash your hands and support workers.

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Supermarket Run-In Survival Guide

News Editor Lauren Kahme, delves into the many uncomfortable situations you will inevitably encounter in your local supermarket over the course of this semester.

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Bwoglines: Elections And Infections Edition

Israel holds its third election this year, the democratic primaries speed up with super tuesday, and a second case of Coronavirus pops up outside of the city.

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ESC Discusses Coronavirus Incidents

Continuing off of last week’s impromptu discussion, ESC debates whether to release another statement condemning recent incidents around campus related to coronavirus fears. ESC also discussed adding another representative to the Class of 2020 class council. ESC Bureau Chief Lori Luo reports.

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Bwoglines: Combination Editon

Kinect + Urinal = Urinal Entertainment System Ladies and gentlemen, no longer will you have to stare awkwardly at the wall while you do your business. A startup called Captive Media has created a “pee-controlled gaming” (with advertisements, of course) environment to help you perfect your aim. Bwog would like remind our male readership to […]

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