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In Defense Of: A Reading (For Fun) Week

Looking for a non-traditional way to prepare for finals? Josh Dillon presents his argument for the best way to spend your reading week days. Reading week: those special four days per semester when students attempt to cram weeks worth of unread books and unsolved problems into their heads. For many, this means camping in Butler […]

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Bwog In Bed: Oversleeping

It’s 11:30 a.m., you say? But we could have sworn it was only 8:15 when we pressed the snooze button… Bwogline: New York may allow non-citizens to vote in certain local elections; it would make New York the first major city in the country to do so. Finals tip: Carrying around your books for weeks in your […]

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