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How To Say Goodbye To Columbia For The Summer

You’ve finished your final exams and declared “fuck you” to your final essays. What now? How should you spend your final hours on Columbia’s campus? How should you say goodbye? Look no further! Bwog Staffers have compiled this list of favorite ~goodbye traditions~ just for you.

  • Flush all your dead succulents down the toilet
  • Scream from the top of Low Steps
  • Empty all the John Jay cereal dispensers into your luggage
  • Streak through Butler
  • Burn your CC books on the lawn
  • Bathe in Ferris scrambled eggs
  • Go to your advisor’s office for one last good cry
  • Sit on Alma’s lap and whisper sweet nothings about how much you’ll miss her
  • Write your UNI on your final exam, hoping your hot prof will hit you up
  • Swipe any random passerby into a dining hall to use the rest of your swipes
  • Sage the classroom wherein you took your hardest class
  • Pee on the steps of Butler
  • Burn down Butler
  • Throw up outside EC
  • Honestly just burn all your readings and all your notes
  • Primal scream at everyone who walks by you on Low Steps
  • Smoke a joint everywhere you’ve cried this year
  • Steal a small dog from the lawn

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