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Actual Wisdom: Robert Farrauto

Happy Thursday. For our next Actual Wisdom we bring you Robert Farrauto, who has chosen to answer in all caps. Justify your existence in 30 words or fewer: I AM A HAPPY FATHER, HUSBAND GRANDFATHER AND A TEACHER OF GREAT COLUMBIA STUDENTS. Claim to fame: I REALLY RESPECT AND ENJOY BEING WITH THE STUDENTS AND TEACHING THEM […]

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“Break up Weekend” Commences for Twelves

Thanksgiving weekend can be a tumultuous time for first-years. For many, it is the first time home since August, a hectic four-day period where one must see everyone one loved or cared about since pre-school at breakneck speed. This includes much obligatory bonding time with parents and relatives and a lot of “yeah I know […]

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QuickSpec: Post-Valentine’s Day Breakup Letter

Dear John, I know this will be difficult, but our budding relationship has reached a dead end.  When I met you, it was your culinary skills that made you stand out of the crowd who just wanted to make penis jokes.  I fell so hard for you. I felt my heart beating like a percussion […]

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