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As Thanksgiving approaches and the end of the semester draws near, you may be noticing something alarming when you check your bank account: it’s dwindling, and quickly. Bwog’s been there before, and we’re here with a list of suggestions, some more serious than others, to help you make it through the semester.  Find yourself a […]

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If you didn’t read our post heralding the arrival of Autumn yesterday, this question might serve as a seasonal shock. Well, it might serve as a shock, regardless. Fall color, after all, is so blasé—just like all the people responding “pumpkin spice”. There’s no other way to describe the complete and utter dominance of consumerism in our […]

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