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Welcome back to campus! Bwog hopes you enjoyed a relaxing winter break and the snowy start to the semester. Kick off the Spring semester right with this week’s events roundup! Here at Bwog, we do our best to bring your attention to important guest lecturers and special events on campus. If you have a correction […]

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Last Friday, Staff Writer Elisha Dura attended Dr. Natalie Adler’s lecture on Harry Denny, a prominent figure in writing studies. The lecture is part of the Undergraduate Writing Program and GSAS Writing Studio’s “Names You Should Know in Writing Studies” lecture series. 

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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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This past Thursday, Staff Writer Olivia Chiroiu attended “The Spiritual Life of Social Movements,” a lecture by Professor Nyle Fort as part of the Thursday lecture series hosted by The Society of Fellows. 

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As classes come to an end, take a break from your studies to continue learning by exploring your interests outside the classroom. This week’s “Every Event On Campus” features the analysis of Guatemala’s political crisis, the annual Beyond Content lecture series, and the launch of a new series on social work and social movements.

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On Monday, December 4, a faculty roundtable titled “On Feminism and Palestine” examined the history of Palestine and the ongoing violence in Gaza from feminist, queer, and postcolonial frameworks.

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Staff Writer Ava Schwabecher attended the keynote conversation between Angela Davis and Barbara Ransby at the Ella Baker National One-Day Symposium. The world-renowned political activists discussed the Black radical feminist tradition, the reverberations of Ella Baker’s legacy, and their experiences as part of the Free Palestine Movement.

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Barnard Zine’s Library taught us that journaling in all its forms can be a deeply personal and important ritual.

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Happy first week of December! This week’s events include a student-led panel on immigration advocacy, a panel on the Espionage Act, and a half-day workshop on storytelling in times of crisis.

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Staff Writer Tara Lago attended the 23rd Annual Mr. Philippines pageant hosted by Columbia University’s Liga Filipina and NYU’s International Filipino Association. 

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Happy almost December! This week’s events include a planner-constructing event in the Barnard Zine Library, a conversation with radio host Ira Glass, and a panel discussion on Popes, Iberia, and the Conquest of Africa.

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With Thanksgiving break just around the corner, this edition of “Every Event On Campus” features a wide range of events happening only on the first day of the week. From a student project showcase to the launch of a special cybersecurity report, you’re in luck if this Monday you have free time on your hands.

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Erika Avallone, Bwog Staff Writer, attended the final event of this fall’s Writers at Barnard. Led by Creative Writing Director Jhumpa Lahiri, alumna and author Idra Novey gave a reading of her newest book, “Take What You Need,” and engaged in inquisitive conversation. 

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On Wednesday, Khushi Chhaya attended a college-wide talk by Barnard College Professor Mulu Gebreyohannes on green growth and sustainable development in Ethiopia.

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On Wednesday, Staff Writers Peyton Goodman and Ashna Shah attended a seminar held by Columbia University’s Center for Science and Society on the evolving methods of identifying mushrooms. The event was part of the New York History of Science Lecture Series.

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