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Latenite Springs Into Action

Looking for comedy that has nothing to do with making fun of Trump/Paul Ryan/politics? Look no further than Latenite’s Spring Anthology 2018. Senior Staffer Abby Rubel gives her thoughts on the production. Latenite’s Spring Anthology is a night of sketch comedy. The shortest sketch is probably under a minute; none are longer than about 20 […]

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CUBE Presents Coppélia

On Thursday evening, Bwog Internal Editor and former ballet-er headed down to Columbus Circle to catch the dress rehearsal of Columbia University Ballet Ensemble’s spring show, Coppélia. The show is playing on Saturday evening at 8pm and Sunday afternoon at 2pm at the Manhattan Movement & Arts Center.  Not to brag, but when I was 8 years old, […]

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Science 101: The MD/PhD Program Explained

Bwog Science is back with Science 101, our semi-regular advice column for all things science! Last week, Bwog Science Editor (and potential MD/PhD applicant (?)) Alex Tang attended an MD/PhD discussion panel, which included MD/PhD representatives from Columbia, NYU, the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai, and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Here, he […]

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Sports Editor Abby Rubel brings you the latest from the far-off land of Columbia Athletics. Baseball: Columbia (9-20, 5-4 Ivy) will take on Brown (7-16, 3-6 Ivy) this weekend in Rhode Island. The first two games of the series will take place on Friday, with the last game on Saturday. The Lions currently sit at […]

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Subway Statuses Around MoHi This Weekend

The weekend is here and brought some warmth and sun with it! How will the MTA ruin your good mood this weekend? Let’s find out!  1: No planned service changes this weekend. 2: No planned service changes around MoHi this weekend. 3: No planned service changes this weekend. Note: I must point out that the […]

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Just Violence: A Conversation With Rachel Wahl

Staff Writer Jake Tibbets attended the Just Violence panel last night, held at Teacher’s College, talking about modern morals in the practice of torture by police officers in India. Dr. Rachel Wahl, the author of the event’s namesake book Just Violence: Torture and Human Right in the Eyes of the Police had a lot to say […]

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CMTS’ Into The Woods (And Happy Ever After)

Arts Editor Riva Weinstein attended the Thursday night performance of CMTS’ Into The Woods (dir. Anna Moskowitz, BC ’19), by Stephen Sondheim. The verdict: a well-acted and impressively coordinated show, if you have the stamina to sit for two and a half hours of it. At the center of the stage, a man in a […]

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Bwoglines: Civil Disobedience Edition

Happening in the World: Demonstrators have apparently been leaving dead bodies outside of the UN headquarters in the Central African Republic. The bodies allegedly belonged to victims of UN violence, but the UN denies any involvement, simply stating that the bodies are part of propaganda. (BBC) Happening in the US: In case you’ve forgotten, Flint, Michigan still does […]

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Spring 2018 CCSC & ESC Election Results

The election results are out for CCSC and ESC Executive Boards, At-Large Representatives, University Senators, and 2019, 2020, 2021 Class Councils. CCSC Senate: Danielle Resheff, Toqa Badran, Alfredo Dominguez Executive Board: President: Jordan Singer (CU Roar) VP of Policy: Elise Fuller (CU Roar) VP of Finance: Adam Resheff (CU Roar) VP of Communications: Isabelle Lajara (CU Roar) […]

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