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On Wednesday, Staff Writer Erika Avallone attended a talk where Kerri Arsenault, literary critic and author, discussed her best-selling work “Mill Town: Reckoning with What Remains,” as part of Columbia University’s Nonfiction Dialogues series.

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Erika Avallone, Bwog Staff Writer, attended the final event of this fall’s Writers at Barnard. Led by Creative Writing Director Jhumpa Lahiri, alumna and author Idra Novey gave a reading of her newest book, “Take What You Need,” and engaged in inquisitive conversation. 

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The realest evaluation of the main Barnumbia dining halls to-date—Halloween edition! Tricks or Treats, or Soon-to-Be-Ghosts of Halloweens Past?

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