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Senior Wisdom Nominations Are Due At 11:59 PM Tonight

Nominate any of your wise friends graduating this semester to be included in our semesterly Senior Wisdoms compilation!

Every semester, Bwog honors the weathered graduating seniors by asking them if they would rather give up oral sex or cheese. If you know a senior with a breadth of knowledge to share, nominate them to have a Senior Wisdom. The knowledge we’re talking about isn’t limited to literature, genetics, or history. We want to know the best bathroom on campus to poop in, the craziest way to save a seat in a library, and any other tricks of the trade that you have.

The only qualifications to apply for a Senior Wisdom are that the person must be an undergraduate student graduating from Columbia College, Barnard College, SEAS, or The School of General Studies THIS semester and that they MUST be cool. That’s literally it! You can also nominate yourself!

Nominate yourself or a cool friend here. You can find past examples of Senior Wisdoms here.

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