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Where Art Thou: Underworld Edition

  New York City is packed with amazing culture and inspiring art, but sometimes it’s difficult to break the Morningside-bubble and experience it all first-hand. “Where Art Thou” is a weekly guide to interesting and notable lectures, events, and performances for the literary/musically/theatrically-inclined on campus. On Campus: This Tuesday at 8 PM, join Columbia Students […]

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In Defense Of: DSpar

At a recent Bwog event, one staffer found herself in a familiar position: surrounded by shocked faces once she announced her love for former Barnard president, Debora Spar. In a haphazard effort to justify her unpopular opinion, Bwog Staffer Megan Wylie gives to you: the defense of DSpar. When I first arrived at Barnard, DSpar’s […]

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At a special edition of the Columbia Journalism School’s Film Fridays series, The Post was screened last night in Pulitzer, followed by a conversation with the film’s two screenwriters. EIC Betsy Ladyzhets (who found some of the film’s moments of miscommunication between WaPo’s EIC and publisher hitting a little too close to home) attended, and was appropriately inspired. […]

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You may have heard of the recent trend of hiring conservative commentators for the Op-Ed Board of several different publications. Since there’s been literally no pushback over this idea, we at Bwog have decided to give it a try and hire a writer from the finest publication on campus, the Columbia Daily Spectator. Deputy Editor […]

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Announcement: WBAR-B-Q Is Today!

WBAR-B-Q, WBAR’s annual spring concert, is happening today from 12 to 4 pm in the Barnard Quad, and it’s completely free and open to the public! Come out and join WBAR, Barnard’s freeform radio station, in celebrating their 25th anniversary. This year’s WBAR-B-Q will feature Palehound as the headliner, along with Weaves, pinkcaravan! and Crosslegged. […]

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Bwoglines: Cynthia Nixon Edition

Happening in the World: A lawmaker from India’s ruling party was arrested for raping a teenager, days after protests erupted against the government’s refusal to address the situation. These protests are said to be reminiscent of mass protests against sexual violence in 2012. (Reuters) Happening in the US: Michael Cohen, Trump’s top lawyer, is under criminal […]

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Graduate Students Vote To Authorize A Strike

Two months ago, the Graduate Workers of Columbia-UAW (GWC-UAW) announced their plan to hold a strike vote. Last night, the results of that vote were tallied: 93% voted to authorize a strike. The goal of the strike would be to force Columbia to recognize their right to unionize. According to the GWC-UAW, 1,968 valid votes […]

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