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Posts Tagged with "senior wisdoms 2022"

Eleanor reminds us to be adventurous during course selection!

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Jackie takes us back to the days of slightly-unreasonably-priced Joe Coffee.

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Elena’s greatest piece of advice: the best place to meet Elliot Page is on a Riverside Park mental health walk.

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Don’t let this semester’s graduates leave without bestowing all of their knowledge upon the Columbia community!

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Luck was a lady for Prem. #NoRagrets.

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Feel the rain on your skin! No one else can feel it for you, only Jillian can let it in…

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Gabriel is the first person in the history of the world to actually thank the MTA! Get this New Yorker a medal pronto!

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In Audrey’s SW, there are three class recommendations and perhaps a new woman-behind-the-Millie…

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Just stop your crying, it’s a sign of the times. Welcome to the final show, seniors. Bwog hopes you have advice to give.

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