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1020 Bathrooms: End of An Era

Bwog still fondly remembers repeatedly smacking our friend under the booth table as an older patron waxed poetic on the time he agreed to a deal to go down on a man to have sex with his lady friend, all in the 1020 bathroom.  It would appear, however, that this time of glory is officially […]

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Senior Wisdom: David Fine

Here we have one of Bwog’s favorite green sock wearers: David Fine. Name, Hometown, School: David Fine, Dallas, TX, CC Claim to fame? Editor of The Current, wearer of green socks, SGB chair. Where are you going? Working in New York, occasionally reliving the glory days with fellow CU alumni on Low Steps heckling current students. Three things […]

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1020: From Open to Close

It’s not unusual to wake up after a night at 1020 with some unexpected texts on your phone. In Bwog’s case, we woke up to find an interview in voice memo form. On Tuesday, two adventurous seniors, Anna and Diana (anonymity requested), CC and SEAS’13, decided to stay in 1020 from opening to closing. At […]

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