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Columbia College announced today that Margarete Diaz Cuadros and Samuel Walker have been named 2014’s Columbia College valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively. Margarete hails from Lima and is majoring in biochemistry. She’ll be continuing her current research and going for her Ph.D. in molecular genetics. Walker is a comparative literature major from Westchester whose senior thesis […]

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Columbia College—your valedictorian is Lia Friedman. Your salutatorian is Yoshiaki Ko. Press release: The Columbia College Committee on Honors, Awards and Prizes has announced the names of the Class of 2013 valedictorian and salutatorian. The valedictorian is Leah Friedman, a Russian Literature and Cultures major from New York. The salutatorian is Yoshiaki Ko, a Neuroscience and […]

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For a little extra context regarding the whole GS Class Day rescheduling debacle (which could have ended worse), check out GSSC’s survey, embedded below. They surveyed about half the graduating class, as well as a handful of CC, SEAS, and BC students. Highlights: 62% of graduating seniors have at least one guest unable to come, […]

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The Empire State Building will be given over to Columbian peer-honoring this evening. Continuing the tradition of the last two years, the lights will be white and blue to celebrate graduation. 2011, we salute you! Phallic much? via Wikimedia

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If you didn’t get a chance to pick up a copy of the May issue of The Blue & White on campus, you can still peruse the highlights on Bwog. Read about the shockingly sincere history of Barnard’s Greek Games, an interview with the renowned physicist Brian Greene, and forthcoming is a a harrowing (and […]

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Senior Bucket List

Seniors! Time is running out, and bleachers are going up! We know you’re feeling nostalgic, sitting on the steps, and soaking up the sun. Senior Wisdom is imminent, but we thought we’d give some you advice as well as receive it. Bwog once again presents (hyperlinks) the shenanigans we highly recommend getting under your belt […]

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11/11 is Senior Day! Seniors of CC/SEAS, here’s what you need to do: Step 1: Go to Roone before 2pm and apply for your degree (you need it to graduate… who knew?). In case graduation isn’t incentive enough, there will be free Korilla tacos and 2011 t-shirts, and advisors and grad school admin officers for […]

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Who cares if you don’t have a job? You know that four years at Columbia was worth every penny cuz being a CC senior entitles you to not one but two free t-shirts: a senior class shirt, and a 40 Days shirt! If you haven’t yet, you can pick yours up on the Lerner ramps […]

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Before some students even know where they’ll live next year or have taken their last “midterm,” in an email sent out tonight, Housing wants you to know your time is almost up. Here are some important dates and times to keep in mind when preparing to move out: 24 hours – This is how much […]

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Aww, how cute! Can you see what we see? (Revelation after the jump.)

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