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Take care of yourself this week with a study break activity and a gentle yoga flow session.

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Senior Staff Writer Jake Torres attended Latenite’s 2024 Spring Anthology on Saturday, April 20th at 8 pm in the Lerner Black Box.

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Read about campus events on finding reconciliation between Israel and Palestine and remembering the 1994 Genocide of the Tutsis in Rwanda.

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On Tuesday, April 16, Columbia Global Paris Center, Le Monde in English, and  Columbia Maison Française collaborated to bring together journalists who delved into the complexities of ethical decision-making, cross-border collaboration, and the importance of trust and transparency in journalism. Content warning: Death and violence

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Geetanjali Shree, author of the novel Ret Samadhi was in conversation with two of her translators, discussing the nuances and setbacks of the work of the translator.

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Here’s to hoping last week’s showers bring April Flowers, especially in time for this week’s events! This week, the Columbia Vegan Society will host their Earth Day Fair, historian Angela D LeBlank-Ernst will speak at Barnard, the Columbia Global Paris Center will host panels on questions in journalism, and so much more!

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Staff Writer Paula Carrión attended Ferris Reel’s last zine workshop, collaged the night away, and remembered why watching movies is great.

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Bwog gives you the student perspective on the 2024 Solar Eclipse at Columbia University.

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The quintessential freshman experience.

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Procrastinate starting your final papers and projects by attending Barnard events on reproductive, restorative, and social justice or an incredible student event on climate justice.

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On Friday, March 29, News Editor Emma Burris and Staff Writer Viviana Pereyó attended a teach-in on the shared histories of Palestine and Kashmir. 

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WBAR’s annual WBARBQ returns to Futter Field for the first time since the pandemic and shows out with a lineup of Godcaster, Thoom, and CLIP. 

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Support your fellow classmates and attend the numerous student events on campus this week, including a panel on refugee rights! Close out your week with the NYC Feminist Zinefest at Barnard. 

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This week’s events include an advance screening of The Fall Guy, an event on the seventy-five year-long history of the Indian Constitution, and a Comparative & International Law Workshop.

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On Wednesday night, Staff Writer Sophie (Theo) Sandler went to Buell Hall to hear Professor Céline Bessière discuss her research concerning the interactions between gender and economic disparities in France.

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