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Senior Wisdom: Timothy S. Reichmann

If you thought you were well-rounded, just check out Timothy Reichmann’s claim to fame.  Congratulations on your graduation tonight! Name, Hometown, School: Timothy S. Reichmann from Chatfield, Minnesota, SEAS Claim to fame? I’m that future Air Force pilot kid who teaches the bartending class, takes dance classes at Barnard, and majors in Applied Physics–who may have been your […]

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1020: From Open to Close

It’s not unusual to wake up after a night at 1020 with some unexpected texts on your phone. In Bwog’s case, we woke up to find an interview in voice memo form. On Tuesday, two adventurous seniors, Anna and Diana (anonymity requested), CC and SEAS’13, decided to stay in 1020 from opening to closing. At […]

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Senior Wisdom: Ryan Mandelbaum

Listen up, seniors: it’s your Class Prez! Name, Hometown, School: Ryan “_________” Mandelbaum, Cedarhurst, New York, Columbia College Claim to fame? I’m “the fat one in the Carman video,” “the study guide guy,” “the email guy,” and “the sweater guy.” You may have seen me standing on a canoe in the Delaware River or on the radiator […]

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