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Name, Hometown, School: Jess Levenson, West Orange, NJ, Barnard Claim to fame? Former Hillel Eboard member, sister of Sigma Delta Tau, Columbia cheerleader, self-proclaimed food studies major. Hosted Greek Beats this year. Won second place in last year’s Erotic Cake Competition. Where are you going? To live with my parents in Jerz Three things you learned at Columbia: […]

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It’s everyone else’s move-in day, so NSOP is dangling carrots to lure first-years off campus.  Just stay out of our blue bins’ way!  Please continue to send in overseens and overheards to tips@bwog.com or use our anonymous tip form. Today’s Highlights: Neighborhood Tours: East Village, Downtown/Financial District, Brooklyn Bridge, Park Slope, meet at 11 am in […]

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