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Name, school: Jordan Katz, Columbia College Claim to Fame: Editor-in-Chief of the Columbia Undergraduate Journal of History, former President of Yavneh, Undergraduate History Council Member, New Orleans Saints enthusiast and all-around history nerd Where are you going? I have absolutely no idea. Anyone want to hire me? Three things you learned at Columbia: Warm, sunny […]

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Name, school: Aarti Iyer, CC Claim to fame: Spec columnist, former co-editor-in-chief of The Fed, co-creator of LateNite celebrity “Lee Kim,” your friend who’s a Republican. Where are you going? The University of Chicago Law School. I was suspended for writing a blog about my high school when I was 14, and ever since I’ve been […]

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A record five-time SW nominee, this gal has reportedly “climbed unclimbable peaks.” Name, school: Simone Foxman, CC Claim to fame: Well, you might remember me because I’m that person you ran into on College Walk the other day because I was engrossed in an article I was reading on my phone. Can I say mind control device? […]

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You may have left campus, but the wisdom endures! Next, hear from a four-time SW nominee. The KCST director and PBK recipient is known for packing 1020 with theatre folk on Wednesdays, among other achievements. Name, School: Mikhaela Mahony, BC! Claim to Fame: President of KCST, writer of long emails with only a little genuine […]

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Name, School: Javi Plasencia, CC Claim to fame: I’m that guy who walks around campus with food unknowingly stuck in his beard. You may also know me as the former biking coordinator for COÖP or as one of the tour guides shepherding herds of prospies around campus. Where are you going? I have two enticing options. I can […]

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Name, school: Mke Kennelly, Columbia College. I lost the “i” in my first name during high school, and no one here can help me find it… Claim to fame: I wear a ratty old Montreal Expos hat, which is a great conversation starter…with creepy old men in bars. It’s fascinating how many people think it’s awesome you […]

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Name, School: Brendan Hannon, Columbia College Claim to Fame: I’ve been a freshman RA for three years, so I have close friends in every class. I’m a steps hippie; you’ve probably seen me on the steps playing music with some of my friends when the weather warm, or just bundled up mid-winter trying to generate […]

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Name, school: Sean Udell, Columbia College Claim to fame: I’ve had the privilege of leading the only two student groups that are allowed to store alcohol in the Lerner Party Space refrigerators. Dumping perfectly good beer and wine down the drain is just too damn sad. Where are you going? Denver, CO, where I’ll be […]

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Name, school: Annie Tan, CC’11 Claim to Fame: resident edu/policy amateur buff (& always down for a convo about public education); whistler of ‘Winter Wonderland’ and other medlies; “that (embarrassing) person” who always screams operatically/dances 2x as hardcore as everyone else in a crowd/dance/party. Been involved with the Asian American Alliance and the IRC for […]

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Name, school: Mary Martha Douglas, Columbia College Claim to fame: Freshman RA – never moved out of first-year dorms! Co-Chair of the URC – sorry if I’ve ever pissed you off by walking by with a huge tour. Senior Fund – thank you to all who donated! And the girl who somehow got into a […]

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Name, school: Rubeintz Bennett Philippe, CC Claim to fame: Co-founding a failed comic book company. Getting people Daily Show passes while interning there. Nothing else that really lends itself to acronym form. Mostly just being that black French-Canadian kid with the untraceable accent. Where are you going? Home to Montreal to finally get my driver’s license—no […]

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Name, school: Katie Lupica, CC ‘11 Claim to fame: Previously seen on Bwog as director of The Saint Plays and (Love) Story, PBK inductee, and friend of campus character Phillip Dupree . . . Also part of various other theatrical endeavors (directed The Yellow Boat and in Wordplay 2010; performed in Into the Woods, Xmas 2!, and […]

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Name, school: Nimra Azmi, A Lady Bear Claim to fame: Vice-President and Co-Founder of CU Chai Chat; General Campus Ragamuffin/Foul Mouth/Perpetrator of Jankiness; Owner and compiler of The Creepbook. Where are you going? Back home to the rolling hills of Murrysville, PA to study for the LSAT, apply for law school, and generally wish that […]

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Name, school: Reni Calister, Barnard College Claim to fame: One time I wore a bikini on stage while slapping myself with hot dogs. Another time I sold t-shirts with pictures of President Deborah Spar’s face on them. Otherwise, I guess you may know me as the President of the Class of 2011, Director of Chowdah, or Control Top member. […]

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Name, school: Ben Cotton, CC Claim to fame: I served as Spectator EIC last year. In the course of that duty, I made it my personal life quest to educate the world about the Columbia housing lottery. Where are you going? I’m staying in New York and working in consulting at McKinsey. I worked in […]

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