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This is the last installment in our senior wisdom series. This time, meet the graduating seniors of The Blue and White: Publisher Jessica Shizu Isokawa, senior editors Marc Tracy and Brendan Pierson, Managing Editor Josie Doll Swindler, Editor-in-Chief Avi Zenilman, Copy Chief Nicholas Frisch, Graphics Editor Jerone Hsu, and editor-at-large Addison Anderson. We’ll miss you. […]

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This is the 12th and almost-final installment in our senior wisdom series…bringing you all the awesome ’07ers you should have met by now.   Claims to fame: SGA president, Turath president, Vision Program fellow (a.k.a. I doubted the value of life, hated the world, and ate lots of burek/börek for four weeks in the Balkans). […]

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This is the tenth installment in our senior wisdom series, in which we bring you awesome ’07ers whom you should have met by now.   Claims to fame: Prior to attending Columbia, I worked as a high-fashion model here in New York and around the world.  While at Columbia, I served on my student council, […]

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This is the ninth installment in our Senior Wisdom series…bringing you all the awesome ’07ers you should’ve met by now.  Claims to fame: I yelled “CUNT” loudly and repeatedly to an audience of several hundred people on multiple occasions when I was in the Vagina Monologues freshman year (although I still wonder about the possibility […]

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This is the 8th installement in our Senior Wisdom series…bringing you all the awesome ’07ers you should have met by now.  Claims to fame: Spectator Arts and Entertainment editor many moons ago. Preferred swim test stroke? I don’t have to know how to swim. What are three things you learned at Columbia? 1. I can’t […]

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Today is the seventh installment in our Senior Wisdom series–bringing you all the ’07ers you should have met by now.   Claims to fame: University Senator of Senators Preferred swim test stroke? My best stroke is the breast stroke    What are three things you learned at Columbia?  1) To listen To listen to old […]

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Today, the 6th installment in our Senior Wisdom series…bringing you a bunch of ’07ers you should have met but won’t have time to.  Claims to fame:    Wearing an LLBean backpack with my initials (HAG) monogrammed on the back for most of 3rd and 4th grade, living as an RA in McBain as a SENIOR […]

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Ah, the bittersweetness of perspective…here’s the next installment of Bwog’s Senior Wisdom series.  This time, on- and off-campus journalist Jimmy Vielkind C’07 is in the hot seat. Claims to fame: As a Spectator reporter and later city editor, training editor, and contributing editor, I forced a genuine public debate about Columbia’s proposed Manhattanville expansion. I also […]

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  This year, Bwog’s Senior Wisdom series brings you a cadre of awesome ’07ers whom we haven’t had a chance to profile yet–for others whom we have, look after the jump.  Name: May Lin Claims to fame: AAA, APAAM, USCC, part of the group that wrote the report on the state of Ethnic Studies at […]

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Name: James Leighman Williams Claims to fame: 2 time Men’s captain of fencing team, 2006 Member of Men’s National Team, All American, 1st Team All Ivy, 2 time All Ivy Academic, blah de blah blah blah. Most importantly… 2005 CU Assassins champion Preferred swim test stroke?   I think it’s called the dog paddle. What are […]

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In a shockingly short span of time, the class of 2007 will shuffle off this undergraduate coil. What’s left for them to look forward to? Finals, Matthew Fox (of Speed Racer fame!), and Bwog’s Senior Wisdom series, which will introduce you to eleven seniors whom you may or may not have been lucky enough to […]

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