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Brighten up your Monday with some much needed wisdom. Our next Senior Wisdom is from Grace Rosen, who, according to multiple nominations, once dressed up as the Patriarchy for Halloween. Respect. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Grace Rosen, proud townie from Princeton, New Jersey, Columbia College, English Claim to fame: I was on CIRCAs EBoard for […]

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Time to learn some valuable lessons before your second wave of finals hits. Our next Senior Wisdom comes from Ben Harris, who used to have three goldfish named Chicken, Noodle, and Soup. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Ben Harris, San Francisco (okay, okay, north of San Francisco…okay, the suburbs), Columbia College, Political Science Claim to fame: […]

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Next up for a Senior Wisdom: Sarina Bhandari, who “could have been a guest on MTV’s Catfish.” Name, Hometown, School, Major: Sarina Bhandari, Los Altos Hills, CA, Sociology (which I love) and the Business Concentration (so I can get a job). Claim to fame: To this day no one really knows whether my escape from […]

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Our next Senior Wisdom comes from something of a celebrity. We give you Ryan Morgan or, as he’s fondly known by Bwog, “Blunts in Butler.” Name, Hometown, School, Major: Ryan Morgan, Scranton, PA, SEAS, Civil Engineering Claim to fame: I occasionally wear very flattering skinny burgundy pants and look like Adam Scott in Parks and […]

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Even if you’ve been up all night studying for the first round of finals, we’re sure you’ve still got some room for some more wisdom. Our next Senior Wisdom is from Olivia Harris, who does wonders for our self-esteem. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Olivia Harris, Brooklyn, NY, Columbia College, Music Claim to fame: The one […]

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Up next to spread her wisdom? Samantha Goldfarb, champion of Senior Night and Greek Life *celebrity*. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Samantha Goldfarb; Shaker Heights, OH; CC; Philosophy and Astronomy Claim to fame: Outgoing Greek Life celebrity (jk just a lot of time in leadership positions), a couple hundred campus tours, one featuring Chris Rock (he was […]

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Our next Senior Wisdom is from Jake Davidson, founder of The Lion and ambassador to sandwiches everywhere. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Jake Davidson, Manhattan, Columbia College, Political Science/MESAAS Claim to fame: Founded The Lion, worked as Online Editor for Spectator, am one of like three hockey fans at Columbia Where are you going? Maybe journalism, […]

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Our next Senior Wisdom is from Liana Gergely, who drops some serious knowledge on finding yourself, FOMO, and Cole Sprouse. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Liana Gergely, Los Angeles, Barnard, English and Dance Claim to fame: Choreographer of the MaMa Project 2014 for Orchesis Dance Group, Co-Editor in Chief of Her Campus Barnard, Writer of a […]

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Here’s some additional reading for you this reading week: the Senior Wisdom of  Dimitri Nouveau’s, who self-describes as one of PrezBo’s guinea pigs. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Dimitri Nouveau, Paris (France, not Texas), GS – Dual B.A., Social Sciences at Sciences Po, Financial Economics at Columbia. Claim to fame: Made it through not one, but two crazy challenging colleges. […]

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Our next Senior Wisdom is from Roko Rumora, once described as “Roko Rumora, art historian and noted homosexual” by the leading daily newspaper of Croatia. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Good evening, America. I’m Roko, and though I may look like I’m GS’14 – GS 1914 even – I’m a regular CC’14-er. I study Art History […]

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We know you don’t have class today, so how about you fill your head with some wisdom that will stick? Today’s Senior Wisdom is from Gabby Beans, who owns a bouncy castle that we plan on borrowing. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Gabby Beans, CC, Theater & Neuroscience, Hometown = “it’s complicated” because I’m an Army […]

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Our next Senior Wisdom is from Selby Schwartz, professor of U Writing Shelby Swartz, “comfort stall” aficionado.  Name, Hometown, School, Major: Shelby Swartz, Los Angeles, CA, BC, History Claim to fame: Apparently there is a professor that teaches U Writing named “Selby Schwartz.” I hear she is incredible. This “senior wisdom whathaveyou” was probably meant […]

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Time to get wise. In honor of the last Monday of classes, we give you Milo Inglehart, who will be living with snake named in honor of  Stevie Nicks. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Milo Inglehart, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Columbia College, Sociology Claim to fame: Trying to get people to talk about power, privilege, identity and oppression […]

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Our next Senior Wisdom is from Max Daniel, who had the opportunity to touch Zach Galifianakis’s beard. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Max Daniel, Morton Grove, IL, GS/JTS, American Studies and Jewish Literature Claim to fame: I’m editor-in-chief of The Current and president of Yiddish Club. I also host WBAR’s “Abraham Lincoln’s Hour of Crunk” on […]

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In celebration of the last Sunday before classes for the semester, we bring you the first of two Senior Wisdoms for the day from Diana Guyton on breathing, forgetting, and cheaper Pad Thai. Name, Hometown, School, Major: Diana Guyton, Atlanta, Columbia College, Creative Writing and Hispanic Studies Claim to fame: For whatever it’s worth: WKCR blues programmer, […]

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