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Emmi Beuger’s Day Off: S3E7 | Senior Podcast

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Emmi goes it alone to record the annual “Senior Podcast” with senior head editors in the basement of the Campus Center. Join Emmi as she interviews Editor in Chief Devyn Giannetti, Outreach Coordinator Charlotte Hoff, Sports Editor Phil Sanzo, Arts Editor Gina Lopez, and Arts Editor Caroline O’Connor. The editors reflect on their time at the Collegian, all of the memories, Phil’s singing, and what advice they’d give their younger selves. And Emmi did not cry this year! This is the second to last episode of Emmi Beuger’s Day Off, so grab your tissues and have a listen!

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