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An Ode To The Beautiful Blue Window Light In John Jay

STEM majors beware. This problem has no easy answer: no cheat-sheet, no appended explanation, no eventual epiphany. Columbians have disintegrated into ashes and dust contemplating this question, this irresolvable conflict, this ponderous celestial weight. Why is that one window always glowing blue? A John Jay native searches for answers – to no avail. I see […]

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What If Schools Taught Boys To Be Feminists?

On Monday, Dr. Urvashi Sahni, Founder and CEO of Study Hall Educational Foundation, came to Columbia to talk about her innovative educational work in India. Besides establishing schools that educate girls against all odds, Dr. Sahni recognizes that young boys must also be engaged in the work of gender justice. As you will see, she’s […]

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Columbia Fraternities As Juul Pod Flavors

Note: Bwog does not condone the use of nicotine products, smoking, or the Juul* product. Smoking is bad. Bwog also would like to acknowledge that the following content is not representative of all individuals of each frat. Also, the list is in random order. Continue reading at your own discretion. *The Juul is an electronic […]

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LectureHop: “From Gravitational Waves To Biology”

Fun question for all you scientists out there: is it possible for the skills and strategies used in astrophysics to translate into biology? Yesterday, Bwog Science Editor Alex Tang attended the Department of Biological Sciences seminar given by Columbia Physics Professor Szabolcs Marka (yes, you read that right – physics). Here, he discusses the insights […]

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PeopleHop: Actor Kenny Ridwan From The Goldbergs, The Thundermans, And More!

Staff Writer Danielle Mikaelian recently sat down with Kenny Ridwan, CC ’21, an actor from Los Angeles who currently appears on ABC’s hit series “The Goldbergs.” Throughout the years, Kenny has also acted in various shows like “House of Lies,” “Perception,” “Bones,” “Modern Family,” “The Middle,” and “The Thundermans.” Fun Fact: Danielle and Kenny met […]

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SGA Talks Title IX

Just in time for the start of Relationship Violence Awareness Month, Barnard’s SGA welcomed the Executive Director for Equity and Title IX Coordinator Molree Williams-Lendor to discuss the details of Barnard’s code of conduct and procedures relating to reporting and investigating any incidents relating to sexual misconduct, harassment, and discrimination. Luckily, new Blogger Miyoki Walker […]

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ESC Welcomes The Freshmen

Filling in for Bwog’s Engineering Student Council Bureau Chief Finn Klauber this week is Senior Staff Writer Levi Cohen, here to give you the skinny on what the SEAS student government is up to. This week in the Lerner Satow Room: the recently-elected freshmen took their seats at the table, meetings were recapped, and events were […]

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Bwoglines: Bridge Typos And Electric Buses Edition

Happening in the World: Soldiers and engineers from both North and South Korea have begun to remove buried landmines from the Demilitarized Zone separating the two countries. The armies plan to jointly search for casualties buried during the Korean War, and this marks the latest of a series of moves on the Korean peninsula aimed at […]

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Hi, The "greater SGA" as used on the last slide of the presentation refers to the student body. Technically, SGA embodies (read more)
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