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Bwog talked with two recipients of Columbia’s Scholarship for Displaced Students, Sara Wahedi and Dr. Ajmal Sabawoon, about their experiences at Columbia, their fields of study, and their respective journeys to the University.

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Last Monday, leaders of the contemporary teacher movement from across the country came together to discuss teacher strikes and the future of teacher unionism.

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Columbia University Life discussed the 2020 Columbia Student Well-Being Survey. Although the survey found most students are thriving, challenges to community, mental health, and sexual respect continue, especially for transgender and non-binary students.

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On October 27, Staff Writer Catherine Beckett attended the launch of an unprecedented digital map of New York populations in the mid-19th through early-20th centuries.

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This Thursday, the Law, Rights, and Religion Project at Columbia Law school discussed a different constitutional right that protects abortion, because the Due Process Clause isn’t enough, apparently. 

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On October 8, Staff Writer Catherine Beckett attended the launch of the English translation of Nos Cambió La Vida, published by the Barnard Digital Humanities Center. The anthology makes the realities of being Dominican of Haitian descent available to an English-speaking audience.

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Candidates took positions on a range of issues, from COVID policies to inclusive language implementation. 

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