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Columbia graduate students, undergrads, community members, and students of other New York City schools gathered today on Low Steps to protest Columbia’s decision not to bargain with the Graduate Student Union for a contract and to instead “let the legal process run its course.” The protesters met at 12 PM and began with chants like […]

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POV: What Was That Lamb At St. A’s Thinking?

This weekend, Bwog received a photo of St. A’s roasting a full lamb on a spit. Immediately there were questions: Where did this lamb come from? how did it get to a riverside drive mansion?  who rotisseries lamb? Wanting more details on the mystery, staff writer and belligerent vegetarian (who sometimes eats duck) gets the inside scoop […]

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Eduard Gorokhovsky And Art Attempting To Bridge The US-Russia Divide

Not quite the same trek as Siberia to Moscow, but guest writer Riva Weinstein still hiked to the 12th floor of IAB. She attended the opening of  the exhibit Eduard Gorokhovsky: From Siberia to Moscow, Selected Works on Paper and shares her experience below. Tucked away on the 12th floor of the International Affairs Building, the reception […]

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Alicia Keys went to Columbia for a month so this is Columbia relevant. Here is a line-by-line analysis of You Don’t Know My Name by Alicia Keys. Song chosen by Idris O’Neill and analyzed by Youngweon Lee. Lyrics bolded for better readability.  Baby, baby, baby The repetition of a term of endearment, especially at the […]

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Being Unafraid: Bwog Reviews A Conversation On Art and Equity

We sent staff writer Mary Walsh to cover a conversation between artists Toyin Ojih Odutola, Barnard’s Lida A. Orzeck ’68 Artist-in-Residence, and Mary Sibande, Johannesburg and Venice Biennale artist.  Moderated by Kellie Jones, a Columbia Professor of Art History and MacArthur Fellow, these accomplished women discussed the political role artists play in society.  Toyin Ojih Odutola […]

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#TBT To When Columbia Basketball Won The Ivy League

In case you missed the men’s basketball twitter’s excessive updates, Columbia Athletics will be honoring the 50th anniversary of the 1967-68 team at the game against Dartmouth on Friday. This team, one of the best in Columbia history, finished first in the Ivy League and made to the Sweet Sixteen. Sports Editor Abby Rubel reminds […]

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Science Wisdom: Finding Research On Campus Edition

In our new weekly column, Science Wisdom, we’ll be bringing you some tips and tricks on navigating STEM at Columbia. To kick this off, we tackle one of the biggest questions: how do you get started in research and find a lab to work with? Briley Lewis, senior astrophysics major and former president of the […]

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Bwoglines: Fast Food Musical Edition

Happening in the World: Chile has created a national park network that will add 10 million acres of land including, in part, land donated by a US couple, in what President Michelle Bachelet called an “unprecedented preservation effort.” This will create 5 parks and expand three others, part of an ongoing trend of natural protection by the […]

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