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We bring you our first Senior Wisdom for our seniors prematurely leaving us this semester and going off into the big, bad, beautiful world. Up first to share her wisdom with us is Emma Tuzinkiewicz who kept us sustainable during her time at Columbia. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Emma Tuzinkiewicz (Emma Tuz), Darien, CT, Columbia […]

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Meet one half of the reason that Bwog doesn’t break on a daily basis. This next Senior Wisdom comes from Sam Aarons, who looks pretty fly in a panda hat. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Sam Aarons, Salinas, CA (no I haven’t read Of Mice and Men, yes I have read Cannery Row), SEAS, Computer Science Claim to […]

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Our last Senior Wisdom of the day comes from the beautiful and badass Anna Bahr. If you don’t already know who she is, get ready for some serious learnin’. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Anna Bahr, Los Angeles loyalist, Barnard, “Political Science” Claim to fame:  Managing Editor of The Blue and White. Among other things, I wrote stuff about student […]

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Another lovely Bwogger shares their Wisdom. If you’ve ever needed some guidance on sunburns, free sweatshirts, or the day after Bacchanal, Renée Kraiem is the woman to talk to. Name, School, Major: Renée Kraiem, BC ‘14, English Claim to fame: More famous for getting outed on Bwog than working for it, apparently. Where are you going? Literally nowhere. I’ll […]

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Another former Bwogger is here to spread their Wisdom: Peter Sterne, who once told the New York Times that “The nice thing is if the world does end tonight, we don’t have to take our finals tomorrow.” Name, Hometown, School, Major: Peter Sterne, Greenwich, CT, Columbia College, Anthropology Claim to fame: I was one of Bwog’s managing […]

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Future journalists listen up. This next Senior Wisdom is from Conor Skelding, famous in the journalistic community for his baby blues. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Conor Skelding, River Forest, IL, Columbia College, English Claim to fame: Published all sorts of stuff (at Bwog and The Blue and White for 3.5 years, at the Lion for 0.5.). Preserved […]

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Up next for a Senior Wisdom, we have another of Bwog’s own: Raphaëlle Debenedetti, mastermind behind one-thousand-and-twenty. Name, School, Major, Hometown: Raph(aëlle) Deben(edetti), Columbia College, Philosophy & Political Theory. Go to answer since Fall 2010: “I’m a French-American from London.” Claim to fame: (Failed to have) Made One Thousand and Twenty (1,020) a thing. If the 1(,0)20th Varsity Show […]

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For our final wave of Senior Wisdoms, we’ll be hearing from a group of people near and dear to our hearts: graduating Bwoggers. Up first to share her wisdom with the world is Alexandra Svokos, former Bwog Editor in Chief and future ruler of the world. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Alexandra Svokos, Franklin Lakes, NJ, CC, Economics and […]

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Up next for a Senior Wisdom: Rakhi Agrawal, who has a metric ton of advice to share. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Rakhi; West Hartford, CT; BC; Applied Math and Philosophy Claim to fame: I did a thing or two, here and there. The girl who will love you if you let her. Where are you […]

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Next up for a Senior Wisdom is Prashant Dhanraj, who self-describes as “that cute Indian guy” and has some potentially dark thoughts about cheese. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Prashant Dhanraj, Calgary, Canada, SEAS, Mechanical Engineering Claim to fame: That cute Indian guy? Where are you going? Hopefully to Germany to study automotive engineering! I haven’t […]

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Even though finals are over, you can always use a little more wisdom. Today’s Senior Wisdom is from Maddy Popkin, who refuses to capitalize anything. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Maddy Popkin, (staunchly) Barnard, Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies Major, Race & Ethnic Studies Concentrator, Spanish minor Claim to fame: wellwoman peer educator [resident diva cup […]

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Today’s first Senior Wisdom is from Yoachim Haynes, whose teeth marks are on the floor of JJ15. Name, Hometown, School, Major Yoachim (as in “YO! KIM!” not Phoenix or Noah) Trinidad and Tobago (Caribbean, not Africa as some have asked :/) SEAS ☺ Environmental Engineering (All about them trees!) Claim to fame: One question in and I’m […]

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Our next Senior Wisdom is from Arvin Ahmadi, who completely changes our perspective on Loraxes. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Arvin Ahmadi, Centreville, VA (“outside DC”), CC, Political Science, Computer Science Claim to fame: President of Ivy Council. Former reporter/blogger/columnist/photographer for Spec. I once joked in a Spectrum post that the ultimate mark of success is […]

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Name, Hometown, School, Major: ClaireMahima ClaireMahimerson (Claire Kao and Mahima Chablani), Santa Monica, CA and Pittsburgh, PA, SEAS and CC, Civil Engineering and English Claim to fame: Claim to flame, you ask? Collectively we’ve infiltrated each other’s worlds of COÖP, GSAPP, WKCR, and Carman 7 (2012-2013). But we’re probably better known for NOISE: If you […]

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Our next senior wisdom is from Gerardo Romo, zine-lover and activist extraordinaire.  Name, Hometown, School, Major: Gerardo Romo, Perris, California, Columbia College, Ethnic Studies Claim to fame: The brown gay guy that told Bollinger students of color didn’t feel supported on campus despite being Columbia’s image of diversity and progress and then wrote an op-ed […]

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