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Staff Writer Ezra Lerner is sick and tired of you not being sick and tired but still ordering nearby food.  If you have physical disabilities or accommodations that make it easier for you to Grubhub, this post is not for you. Big ups for taking the initiative to use technology to make this campus slightly […]

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The most recent National Climate Assessment was scary. Bwogger Ezra Lerner talked to professors about efforts to make Columbia more eco-friendly and the research Columbia faculty does on climate science. The Columbia and Barnard administrations also sent Bwog statements on Columbia’s efforts regarding climate change.  In the wake of increasing concerns about the effect of climate change on the […]

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The opening night of CMTS’ The Addams Family was last night. Staff writer Ezra Lerner attended and documented the highs and lows.  The Addams Family is cool. Or, more accurately, some of the Addams Family is cool. Specifically, Morticia (Chantel Woo, BC ‘20) and Wednesday Addams (Joanna Berkowitz, BC ‘22). Armed with pithy one-liners, and […]

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Why does one of the dorms farthest from campus smell like a popular fast food restaurant? Staff writer Ezra Lerner has a theory.  A question that has plagued me since I first walked into the lobby of Harmony is “why does it smell like a McDonald’s?” (Don’t argue with me on this. If you don’t […]

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As part of Columbia Maison Française’s Blackness in French and Francophone Film series, a mid-20th-century classic, Black Girl (La Noir de…) was screened last night. Staff writer Ezra Lerner attended. Editor’s note: this article includes mentions of suicide and sexual harassment. As the film comes to life, the speaker whirrs like a soft projector. Beautiful, colorless […]

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Staff Writer Ezra Lerner stopped by the Columbia University College Republicans’ latest speaker event on October 24. Although Mark Krikorian is less high-profile than other speakers the group has brought to campus, he used similar far-right rhetoric.  In recent semesters, CUCR has been heavily criticized for inviting prominent far-right speakers, including Tommy Robinson, Ann Coulter, and Mike Cernovich. Mark Krikorian, […]

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At Columbia, we all know pre-meds (or maybe we ARE one). Pre-meds have a reputation for their busy schedules, insane work ethics, and a seemingly built-in sense of delayed gratification. In this post, new Bwog staff writer Ezra Lerner explores what it means to be pre-med at Columbia.  His laugh after the question is telling. […]

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On Thursday Afternoon, the Columbia community poured in to see the first female Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright, speak about anti-communist, Czech President Vaclav Havel. Ezra Lerner, Staff Writer and political junkie, went to cover and provide belated coverage. Columbia wasted no time getting the lead out for the World Leader’s Forum finale—a commemoration of the […]

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