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A panel of Moscow correspondents discussed their experiences and opinions on covering Russia under media oppression and Soviet rule, and how these policies affect Russia’s present-day situation.

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At the Astronomy and Astrophysics Department colloquium’s Radical Hypothesis Lecture, Daniel Apai spoke about the Nautilus project, an idea that seeks to redefine and improve space observation.

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On Tuesday, MIT physics professor Nikta Fakhri gave a guest lecture on nonequilibrium processes in living matter and how they assist in making life possible.

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Columbia Professor Claudia Dreifus hosted a talk by science journalist Laura Helmuth on journalism before, during, and after the pandemic.

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On Wednesday, the Astronomy Department colloquium featured Rachel Somerville, who spoke on the investigation into the early days of the Universe using the James Webb Space Telescope.

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On Wednesday, Staff Writer Yacob Melman attended the weekly Astronomy Department colloquium, featuring a talk by Keith Hawkins on finding the origins of stars and galaxies.

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Despite their best efforts, the Lions were swept in straight sets by the Brown Bears.

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Where a new Bwog Staff Writer attempts to review the new cafe in Avery Hall that everyone somehow forgot about.

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