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It is 100% possible that in a given alternate dimension, there’s a zombie apocalypse happening right now. As the zombies inch closer to our own dimension, Bwog staffer Sam Azanza thought it would be necessary to prepare for our impending doom. Considering we spend most of our time meandering around the black hole that is Columbia University, fellow […]

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No, that’s not a typo.  On the eve of her graduation we have GSSC Student Body President Jennifer Wisdom, who gave us one of the best headlines ever. Name, Hometown, School: Jennifer Wisdom, Dallas, Texas. GS Claim to fame? Outside Columbia: CEO of my event planning company that creates custom full-cast murder mystery dinners and brings them to […]

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