Mason Amelotte

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Mason Amelotte, CC '18 succeeded Britt Fossum as Bwog Editor in December 2015. He hails from the Lone Star State, where he attended an all-male Catholic prep school in Dallas. He intends to complete a major in biochemistry if he can pass Mowsh bio. His interests include Lady Gaga, tattoos, and Mel's Burger Bar.

After joining Bwog in September of 2014, he served as Sunday Daily Editor during his freshman year, before eventually becoming Deputy Editor in the Fall of 2015. He became Editor-in-chief in Spring 2015, and he resigned from the position immediately following Thetagate 2.0.

In his first month as editor, he chose to sever ties between Bwog and the Columbia University (No Budget) Sketch Show (formerly Bwog Video). Since then, he has attempted to prompt a dialogue on campus surrounding Greek Life at Columbia. Major stories that Bwog covered during the beginning of his editorship include a bullying scandal involving the President of Gamma Phi Beta, unfair electioneering within the Intergreek Council, an investigative piece into sorority formal recruitment, and Theta Gate 2.0.

On campus, he also serves as the Vice President External of the newly reformed Zeta Beta Tau fraternity.

Preceded by
Britt Fossum
Bwog Editor 
Succeeded by
Rachel Deal