Mind your own beeswax!!!

Name, School, Major, Hometown: Redd, like the color, but with two D’s. Columbia College. Music & Sociology. From Columbus, Ohio—great city, not-so-great state…

Claim to fame: Bacchanal Co-President, really loud tour guide that waved at any person I even remotely knew while giving tours, Founding member of the 2018 Rawcus 360 “Team Extra,” aggressive lip-syncer at EC parties, shirt always tucked in

Where are you going? None of your business really but I’ll be here in NYC for a lil before moving to LA for school

What are 3 things you learned at Columbia and would like to share with the Class of 2025?

1. Stop worrying about your fucking grades dude they don’t really matter do they? In 20 years will you remember the A you got on ur assignment or the fun night out you had with your awesome friends???? We’re too young to be stressing about shit that doesn’t matter!

2. If you’re doing all the readings for class you’re working too hard lmfao the point of this school is to learn how to fly by the seat of your pants

3. John Jay for breakfast or dinner, never lunch. Ferris for Lunch ONLY. Don’t ever go to Ferris the first day after a break, that’s how you get food poisoning. JJ’s should be reserved for late nights, you’ll like it better that way. HEWITT FOR DINNER BABY!

“Back in my day…”

Back in my day the buildings were unlocked

Favorite Columbia controversy?

Bacchanal 2018 when we pranked the student body into thinking there was a breach of contract because B**s***l kept meddling in our business. That was so much fun. The girls were mad as f.

What was your favorite class at Columbia?

The Social World with Adam Reich, Women & Music with Alessandra Ciucci, Contemporary Civilization with Małgorzata Mazurek

Would you rather give up oral sex or cheese?

…this is impossible. thinking about the time I enjoyed both at once (I lived in France for six months)

Whom would you like to thank?

My dear friends who are the best thing that have ever happened to me! Having a strong support network is just so important and I’m so so so grateful to them for pushing me to be a better person all the time. My family, who put up with my dramatics, paid for tuition, and have been very supportive throughout. Lastly, I’ve had a lot of professors who just let me do my thing. Thanks y’all!

One thing to do before graduating: **** *** ** *** stacks.

Any regrets? never

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