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After the Gaza Solidarity Encampment on East Butler Lawn survived Wednesday night, Minouche Shafik authorized the NYPD to arrest demonstrators Thursday afternoon. As a result, students have begun protesting, occupying West Butler Lawn. This is a developing story.
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Together, together, together, everyone! Nominate your favorite seniors graduating in May for a Senior Wisdom by Friday, April 19.
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On Sunday, April 21, Bwog interviewed Columbia Professor Michael Thaddeus regarding his thoughts on the recent student protests and arrests.  
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Sara Teasdale’s slightly modified poetry beautifully details the allure of our open meetings!
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Welcome back to Science Fair, Bwog’s weekly roundup of science events happening around campus. We hope everyone is staying safe and warm. As always, email science@bwog.com if you want your event featured.
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Read about campus events on finding reconciliation between Israel and Palestine and remembering the 1994 Genocide of the Tutsis in Rwanda.
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On Thursday, April 18, President Shafik authorized NYPD officers onto campus to arrest student demonstrators. Bwog interviewed students and NYPD officers on campus surrounding their experiences on campus. Over 100 students sat on the lawns on Thursday afternoon, linking arms as they anticipated their arrest. At Columbia University, students have formed an unauthorized encampment zone […]
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On Tuesday, April 16, Columbia Global Paris Center, Le Monde in English, and  Columbia Maison Française collaborated to bring together journalists who delved into the complexities of ethical decision-making, cross-border collaboration, and the importance of trust and transparency in journalism. Content warning: Death and violence
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On Tuesday evening, Bwog Staff Writer Erika Avallone had the privilege of attending a discussion titled “Writers at Barnard: Olga Ravn and Joyelle McSweeney,” where the authors divulged the emotionality and honesty of their writing processes. The night was coated with catharsis and compassion, an unforgettable nod to humanity’s most authentic experience: motherhood.    
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Ongoing protests continue throughout Columbia’s campus and beyond. Editor’s Note: mentions of death and violence. 
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Do you love thrillers? Do you love family drama? Well, then We Were Liars by Columbia grad, E Lockhart, is definitely the book for you! 
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