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Welcome back to another round of our short December Senior Wisdoms, shouting out to those midyear graduates. Here we have Pazia Miller—we can’t believe her life, either. Name, Hometown, School: Pazia Shayne Miller (Pronounced Asia with a P at the front), raised in Baltimore and transplanted to White Plains, New York (REPRESENT). Barnard College always. Claim […]

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Two Business School students with those CBS backpacks, in front of Lerner: “Everywhere that’s not in Uris seems so far away…”

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