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A Look Into The Columbia Class Of 2022 GroupMe: Part 3

As the school year comes to a close, so does this series of screenshots from the Class of 2022 GroupMe. We hope y’all enjoyed it while it lasted, and Class of 2022, we’ll see you on campus next year!

Dude, that’s so meta:

Prospies take exams, too! Dare I say, they’re just like us:

But between exams, they watched some movies too:

May 1 was decision day, so that meant more wholesome content™ in the GroupMe:

 

 

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  • MS says:

    @MS when you put the black square on the top comment but forgot to censor it in the reply @bwog

    1. Jenny Zhu says:

      @Jenny Zhu Updated. Thanks!

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