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Is the housing crisis getting to you? Have all your friends abandoned you, leaving you with no roommate and horrified by the prospect of getting a closet-sized single? Well Bwog has been painstakingly working on this handy-dandy flowchart to help you with your roommate selection woes. It’s easy to follow, pleasing to the eye, and […]

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There’s been a lot of talk lately about fostering community on campus.  Here at Bwog, we couldn’t care less have other priorities, namely, avoiding the cringe-worthy awkwardness that comes with making eye contact with people you just really don’t want to say hi to. So for everyone who just can’t bear another uncomfortable encounter on […]

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