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Take care of yourself this week with a study break activity and a gentle yoga flow session.

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Read about campus events on finding reconciliation between Israel and Palestine and remembering the 1994 Genocide of the Tutsis in Rwanda.

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Procrastinate starting your final papers and projects by attending Barnard events on reproductive, restorative, and social justice or an incredible student event on climate justice.

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Support your fellow classmates and attend the numerous student events on campus this week, including a panel on refugee rights! Close out your week with the NYC Feminist Zinefest at Barnard. 

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Sad to return to campus after spring break? Cheer yourself up with a Pi Day Party, or attend events covering feminism, Ukrainian artists, and more.

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As midterms season continues, skip studying in the library and attend campus events about Antigone in prison art education, the 14th Amendment’s role in a legal case, and Barnard’s Accessibility Week.

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Happy midterms season! Take a much-needed study break to attend events on writing studies, outlooks on global gender equality, and zine making, or attend the heavily anticipated CU Democrats v. CU Republicans Debate!

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Check out events on topics such as civil and human rights, scholarly research, and the Lunar New Year in this week’s events roundup.

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Happy Valentine’s Day! Whether you’re looking for a place to take your special someone or searching for ways to fill the lonely void, check out this week’s events lineup.

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This week, many leading scholars and historians will share their books and research on the events and aftermath of the Holocaust in commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day. To close the week out, attend Barnard President Rosenbury’s inauguration ceremony and celebration.

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As you get back into the swing of things, procrastinate your school work for a bit to check out this week’s events! Take your pick of the past, present, or future with events covering deep dives into historical archives, ways to manage your stress, and predictions for peace in the Middle East.

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Welcome back to campus! Bwog hopes you enjoyed a relaxing winter break and the snowy start to the semester. Kick off the Spring semester right with this week’s events roundup! Here at Bwog, we do our best to bring your attention to important guest lecturers and special events on campus. If you have a correction […]

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Last Friday, Staff Writer Elisha Dura attended Dr. Natalie Adler’s lecture on Harry Denny, a prominent figure in writing studies. The lecture is part of the Undergraduate Writing Program and GSAS Writing Studio’s “Names You Should Know in Writing Studies” lecture series. 

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On Friday, Staff Writer Elisha Dura attended Columbia Astronomy Public Outreach’s lecture, given by Dr. Nick Luber, on what we do and do not know about jellyfish galaxies. Read through the article to play an astronomy trivia game at the end!

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On Monday, the ERA Project hosted Julie Goldscheid and Victoria Nourse for a discussion on the upcoming Supreme Court case “United States v. Rahimi” and the stakes of the case.

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