/r/Columbia: A Look At The Top 8 Posts From Columbia’s Unofficial Subreddit
Today we’ll take you through through the best, worst, and most on-brand posts from the r/Columbia subreddit.
- How to get food in Butler: a step-by-step guide: Perhaps the most beautiful piece of prose ever written by a Columbia student, this ingenious method will solve ALL of your problems. All of them, provided you have five gallons of milk and a small wagon.
- go lions: This one is for all you ambitious and rebellious artistes out there. Have a look for yourself
- nice: This one touches on Columbia’s extremely niche and refined sense of humor. Don’t feel bad about yourself if you don’t fully grasp the nuances of the joke.
- Anyone else here feel like they’re really lame and dumb?: Gonna go on a limb and say yes, Redditor, others do feel this way. In fact, this post is a great reminder that you certainly are not the only one who feels stupid at times. We’re all stupid! Learn to embrace it <3
- Columbia’s first website, launched in December 1996. I was in my second year in SEAS, and we all used Netscape Navigator.: This one is for everyone who’s looking for the intersection between vaporwave-esque nostalgia and school pride.
- The fucking puddles….: Need I say more?
- PSA: Pumpkin cheesecake in Hungarian cured veganism: Wow. The power that that has. Funny enough, I’ve never actually been to HPS. Where is it? Is it a myth? This Redditor seems to have found salvation within…
- Fuck you Columbia housing: “Absolutely outrageous you make us move out by midday. Fuck you. That’s all.”
Well, there you go. Why did I choose an arbitrary number such as 8? It’s because /r/columbia is actually a horrible place and mostly consists of overzealous high school students trying to find the secret password to get in and people complaining about stuff because this school is a breeding ground for entitled assholes.
all images via /r/columbia