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Bucket List brings to your attention important guest lecturers and special events on campus. Our recommendations for the week are below, followed by a full calendar of events. If you notice any events excluded from the list or have a correction, let us know in the comments or email events@bwog.com.

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Craving some exercise to work out your body avoid studying as much as possible? Get both done at once with these Core Curriculum-inspired workouts, brought to you by the Bwog Staff. 

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After last year’s Pulitzer Prize in Music went to rapper Kendrick Lamar for his 2017 album DAMN., some were expecting another highly publicized award. Alas, PrezBo must’ve run out of cool celebrities he hasn’t met as this year’s prizes have mostly gone to incredibly talented, hardworking journalists and photographers. Yawn. Here were the winners announced […]

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Columbia First-Year Henry Williams and his friend David Oks, still a senior in high school, recently recruited Mike Gravel, an 88-year old retired Senator (CC ’56), to run for President in 2020 after hearing about him on the leftist podcast Chapo Trap House. Gravel’s Twitter got 35k followers in less than two weeks. Yes, really. 

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Events

Hate, The Media, And Me

Managing Editor Zack Abrams attended the IIJS and Journalism School’s panel, Don’t Panic, Don’t Ignore: How to Report on Hate, last night about the duty of journalists to report on hate and the difficulties and pitfalls that lie therein.

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The nationwide Sunrise Movement, which has organized scores of young people into taking action and demanding legislation to fight climate change, is encouraging Columbia students and faculty to strike tomorrow to show their support for the Green New Deal. Managing Editor Zack Abrams spoke to Hub Coordinator Naomi Hollard, the head of the Sunrise Movement’s chapter […]

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It’s nearly time for CC students to declare their majors, so most of the major departments (if they haven’t held them already) are holding open houses soon. Managing Editor Zack Abrams, fresh from screaming into a pillow for 8 hours straight, brings you more.

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Managing Editor Zack Abrams, while not interested in getting a tattoo himself, collected these reviews of tattoo parlors in NYC from Bwog staffers who did get inked. 

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This week in Bwog’s Book Club, Managing Editor Zack Abrams recommends a thought-provoking work of economic policy by Rutger Bregman, who’s enjoyed a bit of viral fame lately. Bwog’s Book Club is intended to spread the literary love around campus and encourage you to pick up a book, as opposed to your iPhone, in your spare […]

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Inspired by the recent show Russian Doll, in which the universe conspires to kill the main character over and over again (even once in Le Monde), Managing Editor Zack Abrams enlisted the rest of Bwog’s staff to dream up the myriad of ways our beloved institution could slay us if it wished. 

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Like any other misanthrope worth their salt, Managing Editor Zack Abrams spends a lot of time going to the movies. Here are his recommendations on how to make the most out of a trip to the movies with theater recommendations, money-saving tips, and valuable life hacks. 

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Managing Editor Zack Abrams recently got a full weekend’s worth of fun out of a rented projector, adapter, and screen from IMATS at Barnard. Here’s his guide on how to bring the fun to your dorm room. 

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Managing Editor Zack Abrams brings you some Columbia-themed knuckle tattoo ideas so you can show off your school spirit to everyone you meet forever. Who wouldn’t want that? 

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