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Deputy Editor Elisha Zhao checked out Bhangra in the Heights last night and it was a stunner!

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This past Wednesday, SIPA’s Center on Global Energy Policy (CGEP) hosted a panel discussion, Prospects for Climate Solutions, to discuss the future of climate and worldwide involvement. Deputy Editor Elisha Zhao listened in.

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Happening in the World: Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau fired Canada’s ambassador to China, John McCallum, following a bout of controversy McCallum caused on Tuesday when he argued that the U.S. should drop its extradition request for Huawei’s chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, who is currently detained in Canada. (BBC) Happening in the US: As the […]

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Folks, tonight is our last open meeting! If you’ve got ideas you’re just burning to pitch, today is your last chance – save your seat in the stacks and stop by Lerner 510 at 9pm! In the meantime, and to celebrate going home (4 days left eep!), here’s a classic song. Take Me Home, Country Roads Almost […]

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Bwogline: Progress on climate change was stalled at COP24 in Katowice due to the US, Russia, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia refusing to acknowledge the IPCC’s report – its findings mean we have around 12 years to stabilize the climate, but right now we’re on track to 3°C of warming from pre-industrial levels. Study Tip: Write out a […]

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We sat down with some of our favorite philosophers for a symposium. The topic? Bwog in all its forms and glory (ya girl is reviewing for her Lit Hum final!). In the meantime, as reading week nears, take a breather by bringing your best pitches to our open meeting tonight at 9 pm in Lerner […]

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Happening in the World: Italian Deputy Prime Minister Salvini held an “Italians First” rally yesterday in Rome, celebrating the six-month success of the far-right Northern League party. Happening in the US: The Trump administration released a plan on Thursday to open nine million acres of land to drilling oil and gas, threatening the habitat of […]

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Changes are apace, dear readers. All of a sudden it’s December and we’re still not quite sure how to navigate this in-between-holiday liminal space. Also… finals? Are those a thing? Celebrate the magic of transformation with us at our open meeting tonight at 9pm in Lerner 510! THE CREATION Before the earth and the sea and […]

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Happening in the World: COP24 kicks off in Katowice, Poland today, where 200 countries will resume the climate change conversation left off from the earlier Paris Agreement. The main goal is to complete a working rulebook. Happening in the US: China and the US have called a truce on their trade war at the G20 summit: Trump […]

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In honor of course registration, today’s open meeting announcement is dedicated to Virgil. Oh, you lyrical bastard, you. Pull through at 9 pm at Lerner 510 and help us found Rome. I sing of arms and of a Bwog: its fate had made it fugitive; it was the first to journey from the coasts of Amsterdam […]

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Happening in the World: Five bridges in London were forced to close yesterday due to climate protests. The organizing group, Extinction Rebellion, rallied against the city government to amend inconsistent policies and stay on track to zero net emissions by 2025. Happening in the US: Air quality in Northern California has become among the worst […]

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You check your weather app, hastily glancing at the numbers so you know just how much you’ll be shivering today. Then – there it is. You see it, hovering next to Thursday. The snow icon. That’s right. Winter is coming? Winter is here, and we’ll toast to the maybe-snow with a poem and a cozy open meeting […]

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Happening in the World: Today, the world celebrates 100 years since the end of World War I, when the 1918 Armistice was sealed on 11/11. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron signed a book of remembrance yesterday, in a railway carriage identical to the one in which the original Armistice was signed. Happening […]

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Ntozake Shange, Barnard alum (BC ’70) and notable American playwright, poet, and author, passed away on Saturday, at the age of 70. Shange is best known for her 1975 Tony Award-nominated play, for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf, a revolutionary self-termed choreoform combining poetry, dance, music, and song, […]

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Halloweekend may have drawn to a close, but Halloween is right around the corner. The festivities have just begun and you don’t want to miss out – come to our open meeting tonight at 9pm in Lerner 510 and get SPOOKY with us! Spooky scary skeletons Send shivers down your spine Shrieking skulls will shock […]

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