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This past week, the Class of 2014 had several opportunities to get their official senior portrait taken. Awkward, unphotogenic Alexandra Svokos tried desperately to redeem herself from her ridiculously horrible high school yearbook portrait. Here’s her internal monologue. You are not going to fuck this up again. Just get in there, do what they say, and […]

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Seniors, Look Sharp!

Class of 2011: the time has come for you to be immortalized in the 2011 Columbian Yearbook. You have been requested to have your portraits taken between Monday November 8th and Friday, November 12th in the West Ramp Lounge in Lerner. Avail of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and schedule your appointment NOW by: a) logging onto […]

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