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On Wednesday, slam poet Marc Alexandre visited French classes at Columbia to perform and talk about his slam poetry. Bwogger Jennifer Nugent was there to describe the scene for us.  Award-winning slam poet Marc Alexandre was on campus yesterday to give a performance and talk about his work. He spoke to a small group of students […]

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Last night’s General Studies Student Council meeting saw the council try to match with students to fill a series of vacancies and match funding requests from different student organizations. All of the activity proved that GSSC is back in full swing and is ready to get their initiatives started and see the fruition of their hard work. […]

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Last night, Bwog GSSC Bureau Chiefs Jennie Nugent & Romane Thomas attended GSSC’s last meeting of the semester. We’ll be back with more GSSC updates after break! The General Studies Student Council has been working on several projects throughout the semester, and the final meeting of 2016 was a celebration of all that the council had […]

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From November 17 to November 19 (Thursday through Saturday), the CU Players is presenting their adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time, Madeleine L’Engle’s renowned children’s novel. Bwog Staffer Jennifer Nugent reviews the play.  Last night at the Glicker-Milstein Theater (GMT, get it?) the Columbia University Players performed “A Wrinkle In Time.” As someone who read the Madeleine […]

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The CoLab Fall Showcase was an excellent representation of very contemporary dance and arts on campus with plenty of variety and eccentricity. Props ranged from a shark costume to a piano, to a handful of garbage bags thrown onstage. One thing that was particularly striking about this gamut of peculiarity was that nothing in the show […]

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Happy Wednesday! Bwog GSSC Bureau Chiefs Jenny Nugent & Romane Thomas have the highlights on last night’s General Studies Student Council meeting. GSSC had a particularly productive meeting last night! Attendance was on point, and the VPs were all ready with updates. President Julian LaRosa started by announcing that GS was able to raise $212,949 on […]

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Student performance group NOMADS is presenting username, a production that centers around online gaming communities. username will be performed on October 20, 21, and 22 in the Glicker-Milstein theatre. NOMADS performs works that are entirely student-generated. From the script, to the direction, to the sound design, this production was entirely created by your peers! In “username,” the […]

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Welcome back, GSSC! The General Studies Student Council is very much getting back into the swing of things, and this week involved a lot of position appointments. GSSC Bureau Chiefs Jennifer Nugent and Romane Thomas bring you through the whole new cast of characters. This week was eventful in the General Studies Student Council, as 14 […]

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A new academic year is now in full swing, and you’re either still in the honeymoon period or already finding grievances with your roommates or suitemates. Maybe you’ll throw in the proverbial towel over the pans your roommate used without asking, or your suite has decided to buy a microwave that not everyone wants. The reality is, […]

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Never fear: GSSC is near, starting its year with not just initiative, but energy. Jennifer Nugent and Romane Thomas observe and report back from the ice dungeon. Yesterday night, the General Studies Student Council met in the freezing heights of Lerner (the air conditioning gave us colds) for its longest meeting yet and started off the […]

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The school year has only just begun, and yet we’ve already suffered through at least a week of dining hall food. Many people on campus have sensitive allergies or food preferences that they adhere to, and it can be difficult to find places outside of the labeled options in John Jay that will cater to […]

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Last night, dance-enthusiast and Staff Writer Jennie Nugent has the distinct pleasure of attending “& swan song,” a dance composition of five dancers produced through the CoLab Performing Arts Collective. Navigating the heavy emotional themes of the performance, here are Jennie’s thoughts on the dance. After attending “& swan song” last night in the Glicker-Milstein Theatre, it took a while to […]

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It’s the last meeting of the year! Bwogger Jennifer Nugent refrains from shouting “School’s out!” and reports back on budgets, events, and constitutional changes to member positions. What starts with a president’s puppy, ends with heartfelt speeches, and is punctuated by rounds of applause? The final full meeting of the General Studies Student Council! Every […]

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Perhaps disoriented by the room change, the GSSC meeting was surprisingly short. And you don’t have to miss a single second: wily correspondent Jennifer Nugent was on the scene and taking notes. Last night’s General Studies Student Council (GSSC) meeting was off to a raucous start with a room change to Pupin. Latecomers even fell […]

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Spotif-what? Spotif-y? Spotif-Orchesis? You heard right: campus dance group Orchesis did a play-on-words with their name and Spotify, and it sort of worked as a title. What DID work was the amazing talent and creativity in last night’s performance. Bwogger Jennifer Nugent dishes. Anyone at last night’s Orchesis dance performance is probably now low-key obsessed […]

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