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To close out the night, we bring you the man who brought you the honor code, P/D/F policy, automated add/drop and online waitlists, and many more… Name, Hometown, School: Steven Castellano; Middletown, NJ; Columbia College (Biophysics) Claim to fame? For most of my time, I was a chill, friendly guy who encouraged everyone to relax, But. This. […]

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While the Bwog staff clearly has their opinions on the P/D/F policy, it helps to have factual information from the man in charge of the proposal, Steven Castellano, CC’13, CCSC academic affairs rep and Student Wellness Project policy chair.  Alexandra Svokos sat down and heard him out. Why did you think to start this in […]

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All the cool kids have been talking about the mandatory freshman P/D/F policy that’s circling the administration rounds, waiting to become official mandate. The Spec editorial board has officially endorsed the policy, and Bwog’s official classroom/dorm room census has heard opinions ranging from ecstatic to furious. To throw in our two cents to the conversation, […]

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