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Flaco, NYC’s resilient city owl, has passed away. Editor’s Note: Mentions of Death. 

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Bwog’s memory is fine. Editor’s Note: Mentions of domestic violence. 

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On Wednesday afternoon, Staff Writer Elaine Lloyd attended an event where Dr. Gillian Triggs, the UNHCR’s Assistant High Commissioner for Protection, held a discussion with members of the Columbia Committee on Forced Migration on taking action to further implement the UN’s Global Compact on Refugees. 

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On Wednesday night at the Maison Français, Professor Frédéric Worms, Professor Souleymane Bachir Diagne, and Professor Clémence Boulouque discussed the merits of studying the humanities during times of crisis and how they can facilitate the humanity in us all. 

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Last Thursday, Columbia’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation (GSAPP) hosted a discussion between Dr. Deepa Ramaswamy and Dr. Amiel Bizé, moderated by Professor Reinhold Martin as a part of the speaker series “Conversation on Architecture and Land in and out of the Americas.” Both speakers presented their research on the effects of “made […]

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