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Senior Wisdom: Rachel Nash Bronstein

In the first Senior Wisdom of the day, we bring you a reveal: Rachel Nash Bronstein has been running the anonymous and popular My Life Is Barnard twitter account.  Upon her departure, she wants to come clean… Name, Hometown, School: Rachel Nash Bronstein, Newton MA, Barnard College Claim to fame? I’m the third of MyLifeisBarnard […]

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When Did Columbia Get So Nice?

The Internet is not always a nice place. However, one group of anonymous do-gooding Columbians is trying to change that. Columbia Compliments serves an an intermediary, accepting complimentary Facebook messages intended for specific people and publically posting those messages as its status, without mentioning who sent them. In the end, the lucky recipient gets a […]

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