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Before she graduates, former Texan-in-chief of Bwog Jenny wants us to give it our all in life, steal things from JJs, and recommend her a good psychic.

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Joey Rupcich shares all of his senior wisdom with Bwog—including shutting your brain off.

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Winsome’s senior wisdom includes dealing with rejection and trying every food truck near campus.

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Chad’s senior wisdom includes avoiding regrets, getting up before 5 am, and going to hell.

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Be nice to yourself, prioritize your loved ones, and more wisdom from Elena Taeyaerts.

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You know that blonde girl in seminar who’s a little TOO eager to participate? That was our former Internal Editor (maybe)!

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“You deserve to be here.”

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Before he heads back to the West Coast, former Science Editor Alex Tang shares his wisdom on bwog.com one last time.

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