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New semesters bring new absurdity. On the first day of class, those crazy geniuses who walk among us young folk spice up the classroom with their funny, strange and wise words. Share your professors’ most outrageous openers in the comments. ‘Tis a tradition! And keep sending the semester’s silliest to tips@bwog.com. Image via Wikimedia

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Bwog will have a relatively slow Labor Day Weekend, back in full force on Tuesday. But there’s only one thing we really want to say today, and here it is. Have a fantastic first night back, ladies and gents. We missed you.

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