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Every student needs to take a Sociology class at least once in their college career.

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This Wednesday, Managing Editor Alison Hog attended a conversation with award-winning author Hua Hsu as part of Columbia School of the Arts’ Nonfiction Dialogues series.

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As classes come to an end, take a break from your studies to continue learning by exploring your interests outside the classroom. This week’s “Every Event On Campus” features the analysis of Guatemala’s political crisis, the annual Beyond Content lecture series, and the launch of a new series on social work and social movements.

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Happy first week of December! This week’s events include a student-led panel on immigration advocacy, a panel on the Espionage Act, and a half-day workshop on storytelling in times of crisis.

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With Thanksgiving break just around the corner, this edition of “Every Event On Campus” features a wide range of events happening only on the first day of the week. From a student project showcase to the launch of a special cybersecurity report, you’re in luck if this Monday you have free time on your hands.

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This week, leading experts in several fields will arrive on campus to share their professional experiences and academic knowledge with students, from public education in NYC to the future of refugees and ways we can get involved.

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Bwog hopes that this first break of the semester gives you the well-deserved rest you need. Feeling renewed after the break, don’t miss out on the multiple events taking place on campus, from a panel spotlighting food entrepreneurs to a mutual aid teach-in!

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Time flies by and we often feel the urge to make the most of our days here. With a wide variety of events, from a conversation with Brazilian Ambassador Adalnio Senna to a discussion on the interplay between French urban space and sexuality, there is no better way to welcome November than to take advantage […]

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Unfortunately, we all know it: midterms season is here. This time of the semester definitely gets busy, but luckily, if you are looking for a break from your studies, simply check out this week’s “Every Event on Campus” and find the event just for you!

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This week’s “Every Event on Campus” is full of events delving into a wide range of political issues, from a bipartisan student debate to an international symposium on the aftermath of Latin American dictatorships. If you’re not particularly interested in politics, don’t fret; there are always other interesting events happening on campus!

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This week’s “Every Event On Campus” is full of inaugurations. From the opening event of the new series “Culture on the Corner” at The Forum to the investiture ceremony of President Shafik, don’t miss out on the chance to celebrate these many firsts! 

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This Monday, Events Editor Alison Hog attended the first of Columbia’s World Leaders Forum events: a conversation with President Abinader Corona, the president of the Dominican Republic.

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It’s that time of the year again: Columbia’s World Leaders Forum is here! From the president of the Dominican Republic to the president of the European Parliament, leaders from all fields will arrive at Columbia to discuss critical issues facing different nations.

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In today’s Bwoglines, Mexico is hitting the headlines with two very different yet positive news: the extradition of El Chapo’s son, a dangerous drug cartel leader, and the annual NYC Mexican Day Parade!

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As we get back to the school rhythm, don’t miss out on the chance to participate in this week’s events! From a celebration of the University’s international community to a discussion of threats against democracy in Brazil, learn more about what is happening around the world.

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