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A raisin bagel with scallion cream cheese? Staff Writer, Maren Frey, shares her recipe for the best bagel on campus, a combo that some may find controversial, but that is truly fire.

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In this week’s installation of BwogBooks, Maren Frey reviews The Swimmers, a novel by Julie Otsuka (SOA ‘94)!

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In the second installment of BwogBooks, a series focused on CU authors, staff writer Maren Frey reviews Homesick for Another World by Barnard alum, Otessa Moshfegh!

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For the first installment of BwogBooks, a series focused on CU authors, Staff Writer Maren Frey highlights one of her all-time favorite books, The White Tiger.

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Love to read? Don’t love to read? Only read Bwog? Well, Bwog’s new column BwogBooks seeks to introduce you to some amazing alumni reads!

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Following through on a 2024 Goal, Staff-Writer Maren Frey tried out the Dodge Fitness Center Group Class Pass Free Trial and loved (almost) every second. 

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On Tuesday, Staff Writer Maren Frey attended a talk hosted by Columbia Art Market Society and Columbia Venture Partners where Devang Thakkar, the Head of Christie’s Ventures, shared his insights on his professional journey, NFTs, and the intersection of art and venture capitalism. 

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Everything I learned from taking my first (and only) 8:40 am this semester… it was quite the ride…..

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On Monday, November 13, Staff Writer Maren Frey attended an event where Stuart Weitzman shared his insights on all things, from his muses to branding to the famous “Million Dollar Shoe,” in an event in the Diana Event Oval in collaboration with the Columbia University Fashion Society and Barnard’s Francine A. LeFrak Foundation Center for […]

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On Monday, the Institute of Global Politics hosted esteemed guests, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Michelle Bachelet, Frank Mugisha, Maria Ressa, and Allida Black to celebrate and discuss the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and its relevance today. 

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