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With the air turning colder and snow beginning to fall, the time for Senior Wisdoms is upon us. Nominate your fellow graduating senior!

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You may recognize our former Internal Editor Vivian from PresBei’s Instagram story, but we know her for her themed social events and excellent conflict resolution skills.

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Senior Staffer, Social Team Member, and Actual Fountain Drinker Ruby shares all of her wisdom.

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If you see Daniel sneaking on to campus for the next tree lighting ceremony…mind your business.

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Soon-to-be middle school teacher, Callum Kiser, explains how to cultivate a main character sentimental moment with friends before graduating in this Senior Wisdom.

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Get comfortable with failure, take courses you actually enjoy, and skip classes at least once before graduating.

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Zack made the rare decision—transferring from one undergraduate school to another within Columbia—and the impossible decision—choosing between all the controversies this institution has to offer.

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If you’ve actually been to Mondel’s Chocolate comment below.

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