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Arizona native Kate Welty somehow managed to get more hate than Wiz Khalifa did in his and Kanye’s respective Twitter beef (TBT). She’s coming for throats and McKinsey internships.  Name, School, Major, Hometown: Kate Welty, SEAS, Environmental Engineering, Phoenix, Arizona Claim to fame: A disgruntled CCSC candidate filed a 17-page complaint against me to the University Senate […]

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Columbia is home to a fascinating cast of characters, and gap year students are no exception. In Give Me a Break, we’ll give you the skinny on what some of your peers have done during their time off. In this edition, Bwog’s resident Taker of Roads Less Traveled, Sam Schipani, talked with Noah Robbins and Remy […]

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Thanksgiving approaches, and many of us find ourselves daydreaming of bottomless meals and endless hours of couch-sitting. However, some of your classmates associate the word “break” with more than West Wing reruns. In our new Give Me a Break feature, we’ll tell you about some of the colorful and inspirational adventures that your fellow Columbians […]

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