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The Answers To Orgo Night

The first day of finals are tomorrow, which means we have a gift for you tonight. It’s not a Sweetgreen discount code, nor is it our roommate’s adderall. Instead we give you this semester’s Orgo Night script (even better than the Orgo exam answer key). Laugh, share with friends, and don’t forget to be offended. Enjoy! […]

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Bwoglines: Lemonade Stand Edition

Any attempts at getting work done are again wrecked by another notable album release. Drake released his fourth studio album, Views, on Apple Music, yet again leaving us in our feelings for the weekend. (Billboard) Loose alpaca in Massachusetts has been captured, still no word on who owns it. Construction workers cleaning pipes in Spain accidentally discover […]

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Bwoglines: Take Me Back Edition

Berniechella, a music festival in Old Town Coachella, California, has been scheduled to take place April 22 and 23. (CNN) Same sex penguin couple has been given the chance to build a life together. (Huffington Post) Visit any national park for free this week for National Park Week. (USA Today) North Carolinas new “bathroom law” presents complicated […]

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CULPA Quotes That Should Catch More Eyes

CULPA is your friend who has taken every class with every professor and can tell you how much of the reading you actually have to do, if the professor’s voice will put you to sleep, whether the class is worth taking, ect. Usually the site gets the most traffic at the end of each semester during course selection, […]

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The Vegetable Dilemma

Ever since a certain CC student went to Hewitt for the first time, Bwog staff has been debating the campus salad bars. The aforementioned CC senior ardently declared that Hewitt’s vegetables are, in fact, the best, while a Barnard student shot back that Ferris has a far superior vegetable selection. Apparently school affiliation had no […]

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Bwoglines: Get Your Life Edition

Iowa lawmakers cry over excessive bird poop on state capitol building. (USA Today) Florida family finds 300 pound alligator swimming laps in their backyard pool. (Huffington Post) Philadelphia man who used a bomb-resembling sex toy to rob a bank has pled guilty. (Associated Press) Bestiality is unfortunately still outlawed in Germany after a man and […]

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FLIP National To Offer MicroGrants

After merging with FLIP National, FLIP Columbia is able to offer students MicroGrants for this spring. However, the application for these MicroGrants had been open for four days before FLIP sent out the an email announcement on February 28th. This will likely pose a problem to those who could have filled out the application over the […]

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Bwoglines: WYAWA Edition

Pony dressed as unicorn is finally captured in California after a three hour hunt Via Yahoo News. Twenty-three year old Ukrainian poses as high schoool honors student Via Associated Press. Americans admit that farting while having sex is less embarrassing than farting during an interview Via Huffington Post. Man from Canada faces fines after smuggling turtles in his […]

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