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LectureHop: Herman Van Rompuy

Lots of important people have been stopping by Columbia for the United Nations General Assembly just to talk to you! We sent our Mindful Minion Miranda Kantor to see what Herman Von Rompuy–a mild-mannered Belgian whose hobbies include winning the Nobel Peace Prize, writing Haiku, and being president of the European Council–had to say at the World […]

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Senior Wisdom: Jennifer Wisdom

No, that’s not a typo.  On the eve of her graduation we have GSSC Student Body President Jennifer Wisdom, who gave us one of the best headlines ever. Name, Hometown, School: Jennifer Wisdom, Dallas, Texas. GS Claim to fame? Outside Columbia: CEO of my event planning company that creates custom full-cast murder mystery dinners and brings them to […]

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PSA: Admire Each Other IRL

CU Admirers has been unexpectedly shut down by Facebook for the next 3 days–with a possible extended hiatus by the showrunners. In reaction, Bwog staff first said, “Oh god we might have to collectively result resort to just telling each other about our feelings in person shit we’re doomed it’s all over,” and second started […]

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