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In this installment of TA interviews, Alexandra Svokos sat down with Carlos Montes-Galdón, a  Macroeconomics TA for Xavier Sala-i-Martin who opens emails to students with a “Happy hangover kids!” on Sundays, ended last semester’s last email with a happy image, and dedicates ridiculous amounts of time to making great notes. Bwog: How do you like TA life? […]

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In the latest installment of TA interviews, Bwog oldtimer, Carolyn Ruvkun, returned from the dead retirement to chat with with Upright Citizens Brigade Artistic Director, Reddit meme, and Columbia sociology PhD candidate Nate Dern. Also, we may have Google stalked him and found his hilarious Tumblr. Bwog: How’d you end up here as a PhD […]

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TAs are people professors educators, too. Sophomore Scrutineers Clava Brodsky and Raph Debenedetti sat down with gold-nuggeted  PoliSci grad student David O’Connell to find out, well, why. If there’s a professor (grad students and TAs included) that you’re dying for us to ask nosey questions to, send us an email at tips@bwog.com.  Bwog: Can you tell […]

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