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House Of Ramps: A Parody

We have all experienced the awful maze that is Lerner, and know that the only thing it’s useful for is Glass House Rocks and questionably cool architecture. Well, now it’s useful for parodies! Toni Airaksinen, BC ’18, makes a guest appearance and gets creative with a spin-off of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass.” Follow her lyrics below and […]

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A Little Late To The Party

You may have noticed it pop up on your Facebook newsfeed…three thousand times. Columbia has finally jumped on the relevant bandwagon and created its very own meme collection. These posts mainly consist of Columbians doing what Columbians do best—complaining.

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