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  • nice says:

    @nice Bari Weiss has a pretty superb opening editorial on SHOCC and free speech implications, zeroing in on the latent issue of their too-broad definition of “hate crime.” (Btw, too bad the article’s riddled with typos — must have been rushed to publication before the end of the semester.)

  • roth book review-- says:

    @roth book review-- i don’t know why bwog didn’t link to dena roth’s fukuyama book review–it rocks.

  • they says:

    @they also get funding from outside sources. and serious magazine style journalism doesn’t have a place on the campus except the occasional non-snarky piece that slips by the B&W’s censors.

    Apparently there’s going to be a weekly Spec Mag to properly fill the niche starting next year.

  • dz says:

    @dz admit it, you just miss the Spec.

  • Want to Get Naked says:

    @Want to Get Naked i want to go to a naked party.

  • is the current says:

    @is the current the best publication at columbia? I like it a lot. too bad it needs to be ethnoreligiously affiliated.

    1. Agreed says:

      @Agreed Their best stuff is almost invariably non-Jewish-themed.

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