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Name, School: Justin Grace, CC Claim to fame: Fucked a chicken on stage at the UCB. Didn’t actually, but it’s a much better story that way (Thanks, Noam). Also, I run a comedy show downtown that no one goes to but somehow got nominated for a cabaret award. I think it might be a pyramid […]

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Name, Class: Jacob Taber, GS/JTS Claim to fame: SGB Vice-Chair, Dems Board ’06-’07 (i.e. the year of the Minutemen), Baccalaureate speaker, general Jew-about-town Post-grad plans: Finance staff (fundraising) for a Senate race, and marrying my beautiful fiancée. What are three things you learned at Columbia? (1) You haven’t really made it on this campus until […]

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In our last post before we switch to summer mode (more on that tomorrow), we present the Senior Wisdom of our graduating Bwog staff (sniff). Finally providing their own answers are former daily editors Anna Corke, John Klopfer, David Iscoe, and Sara Vogel, and editors emerita Katie Reedy and Lydia DePillis. We’ll miss you. Claims […]

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Name, School: Peter Valeiras, SEAS Claim to fame: President of the Engineering Student Council Post-grad plans: Teach For America New York. High School Physics… keeping some form of engineering alive! Favorite study spot? Avery Library… I’m probably the only engineer that knows about this place. What are three things you learned at Columbia? 1. Engineers […]

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Name, School: Rob Trump, CC ’09 Claim to fame: I co-wrote a couple Varsity Shows (113 and 114) and have done various other campus comedy things. Also, I am the reason for the existence of my admittedly vastly superior arch-nemesis, anti-rjt. Post-grad plans: I’m moving to L.A. to try to write sitcoms. Those are pretty […]

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Name, School: Tina Musa, CC Claim to fame: Being a Peer Counselor/Advocate at the Rape Crisis/Anti-Violence Support Center (Consent is sexy!). Living in the IRC. Being a part of Filasteen, SPEaK and the Ethnic Studies Suite while they were around. Post-grad plans: Going to medical school, liberating Palestine, and traveling to New Zealand to find […]

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Name, School: Sherif Farrag, CC Claim to fame: National and international fencing, Co-captain Varsity Fencing, Turath VP, MSA OCM Post-grad plans: I hope to live my ambitions, conquer my dreams. What are three things you learned at Columbia? 1) I will not work on an assignment or study for an exam until the last possible […]

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Name, School: Gena Miller, CC Claim to fame: Member of the 2009 intramural floor hockey championship squad “Team Fulton”? Post-grad plans: Teach for America in NYC, allegedly. Favorite study spot? Sounds like an oxymoron to me. I usually study in my room. What are three things you learned at Columbia? 1. Never invade Russia in […]

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Name, School:  Josh Mathew, CC Claim to fame: Editor in Chief of the Journal of Politics & Society; former Middle East affairs correspondent for the Bwog; RA; Double Discovery Center; leading conspirator in the anti-hunger strike; local jackass. Post-grad plans: Lounging on the always classy Jersey shore for the summer and then returning to a […]

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Name, School: Colin Felsman, CC Claim to fame: If four years of mediocre diplomacy have taught me anything it is that one should never attempt to publicly reflect on their fame, especially not when it will be footnoted by anonymous commentary. But like my senior cohorts I’ll play the acronym game: President of CIRCA (formerly […]

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It’s still Wednesday, and you’re probably still be in full blown procrastination mode. Bwog is here to help with a new Senior Wisdom from the political left, Andrew Lyubarksy. Name, School: Andrew Lyubarsky, CC Claim to fame: SCEG member, former Spec columnist, aspiring Andean peasant-farmer/Latin Americanist, post-Soviet subject, part of the Marginal, Radical Fringe that […]

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No Spec means no QuickSpec. So this morning, Bwog gives you… FaureSpec? That’s quick-speak for the Senior Wisdom of former Spectator EIC, Tom Faure. Name, School: Tom Faure, CC ’09 Claim to fame: Started with SEEJ, volunteered at Postcrypt Coffeehouse for a while, and was Spectator Editor in Chief after years covering student politics shenanigans. […]

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We start the reading week of Senior Wisdom with the Columbia Democrats’ outgoing president, Chris Daniels. Name, School: Chris Daniels, CC Claim to fame: Dems President, Former RA, Perpetual Intern Post-grad plans: Teaching For America in Philadelphia, then Harvard Business School What are three things you learned at Columbia? 1. Everyone here is really freaking […]

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Our series continues with SGA President Sarah Besnoff. Name, School: Sarah Besnoff, Barnard College Claim to fame: Student Government Association President, Columbia Urban Experience Coordinator, Peace by PEACE volunteer Post-grad plans: Eventually: law school, local politics in Philly; Now: Looking for a job in New York and moving into an apartment with my CUE Co-Coordinator […]

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Before they start working to pay off their student loans, Bwog humbly asks for departing seniors’ thoughts and advice.  Read the rest of this year’s here. Name, School: Jacob Weaver, CC/GSAS Claim to fame: Former Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Politics & Society and Treasurer of ABC Post-grad plans: I’ve been working on my MA […]

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