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Yesterday was CC’s Class Day, featuring Dan Futterman, your CC Val and Sal, lots of red tape, Deantini, and the ever-present PrezBo. A grad shouted “PrezBo!” at PrezBo. PrezBo smiled back. It was magical. #ccclassday14 — Bwog (@bwog) May 20, 2014 Erik Campano cleared up any confusion about the red tape graduates were placing on their […]

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The 2o14 class councils want need you to ensure that graduation events for the Class of 2014 aren’t horrible and boring and stupid.  Apply to join any of their various committees and groups so you have nothing to grumble about and no one to blame but yourself come May. Senior Week Committee Application One co-chair from each school (BC, […]

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Hey, seniors, here’s something else besides the bleachers delivery to remind you about graduation: a mobile commencement app. The Columbia University Commencement Week App 2013 is everything you could ever want out of a commencement week app for Columbia in 2013—it has schedules, maps of entry points, a line-up, and will keep you current on […]

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