Freshmen are probably noticing that NSOP slows down the pace of events quite a bit as it moves into the weekend. Bwog thought it would slow things down as well and bring you a round-up of Columbians in the news. We know it’s not all national or internation news, but not all of us can be presidential candidates.
President Mikheil Saakashvili of Georgia remains closely allied to the United States despite continual pressure from Russia.
Tim Horrigan CC ’69 is running for New Hampshire State representative. For more background on him, check out his Netscap-era website.
The Buffalo News profiles Dan Foote CC ’85, who is currently on diplomatic mission to Iraq.
Future alum/current 2010er Raphael Graybill was in Denver this past week as the youngest member of Montana’s delegation.
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