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In our second senior wisdom today, Paulina Mangubat talks about memes and wise things.  Name, School, Major, Hometown: Paulina Mangubat, Barnard College, political science and East Asian studies, Phoenix, AZ Claim to fame: In a past life, I worked for Spectator, where I appropriated the Bored@Butler “campus discourse” meme and transformed it into a branding strategy. Bored@Butler […]

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Former Editor in Chief Rachel Deal sat down with sophomores Christina Hill, Sam Nussenzweig, and Evan de Lara, three of the admins of the the Facebook group columbia buy sell memes, to talk about meme-making, procrastination, and campus culture. This interview has been edited for clarity and brevity. Bwog: How and when did this Facebook group […]

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In her final Art Hum class of the year, silver nugget prof Dr. Christina Ferando presented a PowerPoint on “The Take-Away Lessons of Art Humanities.”  It was a stirring culminating lecture that truly summarized the course.  Now we present to you some parts of her final lecture, as a study guide of sorts.

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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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