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February 01, 20128:07 pm 3 Comments
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You’ve already read everything on Bwog and you still have an entire problem set to finish. Don’t worry, we’ve got an article from The Columbia Political Review to get your mind off those Finite State Machines, or whatever. Here’s another addition to BwogSalon, our feature where we showcase fine works from other recent campus writings. If you’d like your publication to be considered for this feature, tell us!
Name of Publication: Columbia Political Review
Edition: December 2011, Volume XI, No. 2 (Read the full issue.)
Description: The Columbia Political Review is the magazine of the Columbia Political Union, a multi-partisan, undergraduate student organization seeking to enhance involvement in the political process and to foster political discourse.
Selected Article: A little bit about Matt Getz’s article on the Chilean youth movement and an excerpt:
In the past seven months, a well-coordinated student protest movement has rocked Chile to its core. Sometimes whimsical, other times violent, these protests—the most sustained mobilization since the advent of democracy—have captured the hearts and minds of most Chilean citizens…
The movement, often called the Chilean Winter, has found an ideological home among the indignados: its attempt to recast national issues in the light of development and equality has won it many global allies. In Latin America, education protests have popped up in Venezuela, Colombia and Argentina. The UK, Italy, France, and Spain have also seen student mobilization.
Tags: chile, columbia political review, columbia students, good thing at least somewhere on the globe there is winter, occupy, our peers are so talented
May 02, 20103:30 pm 4 Comments
The winding path to “real hope for a stable, peaceful Somalia.”
Government-spearheaded womens’ leadership initiatives in theory vs. practice.
Elections, the EU, and the English economy in post-Blair Britain.
How the modern family fits into modern television.
Racy political fan fiction.
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May 05, 20069:40 am 6 Comments
It’s Morton Williams’ free bagel and a coffee D-DAY! Coupons can be found on the back cover of the Columbia Political Review. And copies of the Columbia Political Review can be found… (Commenters? A little help?)
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