Julia wants you to give LateNite a chance and join! As she said, “u mite like.”
Name, School, Major, Hometown:
Julia Dooley, Barnard, Theatre, Valparaiso, IN Phoenix, AZ
Claim to fame:
Latenite, having various ailments, “Accountant” in V123, tucking my hair behind my ear and smiling at the ground…, working tirelessly (eating Ferris) at the TIC (Ticket and Information Center)
Where are you going?
What are 3 things you learned at Columbia and would like to share with the Class of 2023?
“Back in my day…”
M2M. Nussbaum and Wu. AMIGOS. Shoe store no one went to :/. NO MILSTEIN (count yr blessings). Emailed construction updates from qvettel. 109 Gourmet Deli was NOT the palace you see today
Favorite Columbia controversy?
The stacks of VHS movies (often rom-coms?) behind the candy/checkout aisle of Appletree.
What was your favorite class at Columbia?
The 19th Century European Novel with Dames and Intro to Linguistics with McWhorter. Or anything with Quigley or Eisendrath. You’ll walk out of these classes thinking THIS is why I go here. THIS is what makes it worth it. And then you should call your parents and tell them that — they will be so happy to hear it!!!
Also I’ve never even taken a full course with Vandenburg but womb tomb and the mother becoming the (m)other has changed everything for me…
Would you rather give up oral sex or cheese?
When I was little I wanted to be a cheesemonger. This question is easy for me!!!!!!
Whom would you like to thank?
My family. My friends. Mars. My suitemates for helping me through everything always. My sister for inspiring my entire life. The booth in the back of 1020. Plimpton Hall. My mom for wishing me good luck when I responded “going” on the Facebook event for Kingsmen auditions. The board of Latenite and my fearless co-pres Savannah. The entire senior class. Milstein green chairs. Everyone, everyone, everyone. I miss you already.
One thing to do before graduating:
Latenite :) try it u mite like :0
Still waiting to get my little :/
Also I haven’t invented anything yet
striking a pose via Julia Dooley