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Waking Up With Bwog #7

As you freshpeople look forward to the next four years, seniors are anticipating their last. Whatever they’ve been through during their time at Columbia, one questions plagues them more than any other: if you had to give up either oral sex or cheese for the rest of you life, what would you choose? Rajib Mitra, […]

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Week in Review: Cheese For The Win Edition

For the record, here’s how wise Columbia seniors responded this week when asked which they would rather give up, oral sex or cheese: “It depends–giving cheese or receiving cheese?” “Well, given my current diet, if I gave up cheese I’d probably starve to death, and therefore lose both…” “Let me put it this way: Westside […]

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Senior Wisdom: Bethany Milton

This is the ninth post in the senior wisdom series. Read the rest here. Bethany Milton, C ’06 Claim to Fame: Bwog Co-Editor. Post-grad plans: European Politics and Society Program Assistant, Danish International Study Program, Copenhagen, Denmark. (It’s the secret English-language study abroad program everyone loves.) Preferred swim test stroke? The “Oh-let-me-just-make-sure-my-bikini- top-is-going-to-stay-on-before-I-jump- in-OH-MY-GOD-I- JUST-UNHOOKED-MY-BIKINI- […]

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Senior Wisdom: Jen Schnidman

This is the eighth post in the senior wisdom series. Read the rest here. Jen Schnidman, C ‘06 Claims to fame: Senior Week Grand Dame, University Senator. Preferred swim test stroke? Shh. I never officially took the swim test. Hey, does Ken Torrey read the Bwog? What are three things you learned at Columbia? 1. […]

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Senior Wisdom: Greta Gerwig

This is the seventh post in the senior wisdom series. Read the rest here. Greta Gerwig, B ‘06 Claims to fame: Tea Party improvisatory comedy, Varsity Show 111, writin’ plays. What are three things you learned at Columbia? I’m a douche-bag if I say I go to Columbia. You can work the myth of Sisyphus […]

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Senior Wisdom: Andrew Stinger

This is the sixth post in the senior wisdom series. Read the rest here. Andrew Stinger, CC’06. Claim to fame: Mr. CU Relief. Post-grad plans: Still waiting to hear about a spot in the Associates Program at Random House. Other possible back-up plans include marketing with Starwood Hotels, a position buying air time for an […]

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Senior Wisdom: Birk Oxholm

This is the fifth post in the senior wisdom series. Read the rest here. Birk Oxholm, CC ‘06 Claim to fame: Tripped over a grate on campus and sued Columbia. Post grad plans: “half-time at McKinsey, half-time at Goldman, half-time at Yale Law.” Preferred swim test stroke? Breast. What are three things you learned at […]

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Senior Wisdom: Montse Ferrer

This is the fourth post in the senior wisdom series. Read the rest here. Montse Ferrer, CC ’06. Claim to fame: Community Service Guru. Post-grad plans: Bogota, Colombia for the summer to work with a program that is demilitarizing paramilitaries and then starting law school in the fall– still not sure about where. Preferred swim […]

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Senior Wisdom: Megan Greenwell

This is the third post in the senior wisdom series. Read the rest here. Megan Greenwell, BC ’06. Claim to fame: Spectator Editor-in-Chief. Post-grad plans: Metro Reporter for the Washington Post. Preferred swim test stroke? I call it “the BarnSEAS”: it mostly consists of pointing and laughing at Columbia College kids while we all sip […]

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Senior Wisdom: Rob

Very soon, members of the class of 2006 will fade into the world of i banking and consulting… but before they do, they need to impart their boundless wisdom to the masses. So, the Bwog has surveyed the stars of the senior class to get their thoughts on life, truth, and oral sex. This is […]

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