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Bwog’s intrepid LectureHopper, globetrotter, and gadabout Mark Hay was on hand last night for a lecture from George Rupp, a man until recently near and dear to our hearts. Rupp was there to discuss his current goings-on at the International Rescue Committee. Ever wonder what happened to former Columbia University President George Rupp after he […]

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The Best of PrezBo

One Bwog operative has sent word that our PrezBo has compiled a scrapbook of the Best of PrezBo, celebrating five years of memories, fun, and friendship. Lovingly called “The President’s Report,” the Best of PrezBo categorizes the Columbia experience into easy-to-navigate sections like The Student Experience (that’s you guys!) and A Stronger Columbia, which is […]

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