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Call Out Post: The Barnard Registrar

This weekend, a snafu caused a handful of Barnard seniors to receive an e-mail informing them that they would not be graduating come may. In the midst of finals and second-semester senior stress, those who received the e-mail (AT 8AM) were affronted with the possibility of having to eat at Diana for another semester. One […]

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The Counterrevolution: How Our Government Went To War Against Its Own Citizens

On Tuesday evening, Bwogger Jake Tibbetts made his way to the Maison Française East Gallery to listen to Professor Bernard Harcourt discuss his new book, The Counterrevolution: How Our Government Went to War Against Its Own Citizens, with fellow political theorists Seyla Benhabib of Yale University and Uday Singh Mehta of the City University of New […]

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GS Student Had Seizure In Barnard Hall, Arrested By NYPD

Around 4 pm on Tuesday, February 27, NYPD arrested GS student Shlomo Fingerer in Barnard Hall. Later that evening, a photo was posted to the Barnard Class of 2021 Facebook page, asking about the reason behind the arrest. A student commented that the man being arrested in the photo was a friend of theirs who […]

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ESC Has A New President, Also Updates

Ben Barton is now President! And Richa Gode, former 2019 Class President, was unanimously voted as interim VP of Student Life. Other than these organization shakeups, the rest of the meeting was pretty tame (read on below). Oh and the SEAS newsletter is back. Important ESC has decided to change up the format of alumni […]

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Announcing The Nominees For The First Bwoggie Awards

The apotheosis of awards season is upon us. No, I’m not talking about the Academy Awards this Sunday. There’s a new set of awards in town, coincidentally also being given out on Sunday: the Bwoggie Awards, the categories and nominees for which can be found below. The crop of nominees for this year’s Bwoggies was […]

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Cooking With Bwog: Adaptable Pistachio-Plum Crisp

Hey, Bwoggers. Mid-exams, pre-spring break, end-of-February blues got ya down? Cheer up with this perfectly juice, sweet, tart and healthy-ish(?) Pistachio-Plum Crisp from Alison Roman’s hit cookbook Dining In. ENDLESSLY ADAPTABLE PISTACHIO PLUM CRISP INGREDIENTS: TOPPING 1 cup of flour ¼ cup brown sugar 1 tsp ground cardamom or cinnamon ½ tsp kosher salt 1 […]

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Bwoglines: It’s Almost March Edition

What’s Happening In The World: Experts in the United Nations have reported that North Korea has shipped supplies to Syria that could be used to produce chemical weapons. The danger of this exchange goes both ways – Syria gets chemical weapons, North Korea gets funding for their nuclear weapons. (New York Times) What’s Happening In The […]

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Electricity In Life: Research In Electron Transport Systems

Yesterday, Bwog Daily Editor Ramisa Murshed and Science Editor Alex Tang attended a highly interdisciplinary physics colloquium talk given by Dr. Moh El-Naggar, where he discussed the relevance and mechanisms behind electron transport in living organisms. Read more if you’re interested in physics, chemistry, and/or biology! Dr. Moh El-Naggar of the University of Southern California made an […]

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Chopped Is Looking For Columbia Students!

Ah, Food Network, the best channel to watch around your parents that still has some entertainment value (Cutthroat Kitchen, anyone?). If you agree, and can cook, Chopped wants you! According to the email Bwog received: “The hit cooking competition show Chopped is looking for college undergrads who love their schools, and have a talent and […]

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The Barnard Housing Lottery, Explained

Barnard’s got a new housing lottery system, and everyone is shivering with antici…pation. SGA Bureau Chief Dassi Karp visited last night’s meeting to find out more – as in, what even is it?  Last night, Barnard’s Student Government Association welcomed Matt Kingston, Associate Director for Housing Operations, to talk about the college’s new housing lottery […]

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CU Women in STEM: Hailey Winstead

Bwog Science is back with CU Women in STEM, where we highlight the amazing women in science at Columbia. Our latest profile is from Hailey Winstead (CC ’18), whose interests lie in psychology, specifically behavioral epigenetics! Major: Psychology/Pre-med What subjects are you interested in? Psychobiology and Behavioral Epigenetics: basically how the environment can impact our genes, and how our genes […]

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Bwoglines: Planned Obsolescence Edition

What’s Happening Around The World: The famous German car manufacturing cities of Stuttgart and Dusseldorf have decided to alleviate pollution in the area by banning older diesel vehicles, a move that “sets a precedent” for other German and possibly European cities. It’s like how Apple stops selling “older” iPhones, except way better for the environment. (BBC) […]

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Editor’s note: This article discusses details of sexual assault. The Southern District Court of New York has granted Columbia’s motion to dismiss Amelia Roskin-Frazee’s complaint that Columbia “created a culture of sexual hostility on campus and acted with deliberate indifference in responding to [her] report of sexual assaults and request for certain accommodations as a result […]

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Field Notes: This Was Supposed To Be Short But Now It’s Not Edition

Though Bwog Staff had a wonderful weekend and did lots of things, this young Bwogger here has an important test to study for tomorrow. In lieu of this, this Field Notes will be shorter than usual, but oh so good. Sit back, relax, and enjoy these stories. UPDATE: this is much longer than I was expecting, so relish […]

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I Am Evidence: The Fight For Justice Within A Flawed Law Enforcement System

The Athena Film Festival may have officially wrapped up, but we’re here for one more review! Bwogger Victoria Arancio had the opportunity to sit for this powerful documentary.  I have watched many different documentary films before, each attempting to evoke some emotion deep down inside of me, pushing me to anger or action. After viewing I Am Evidence, I […]

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