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On November 1, a protest led by trans and queer students on campus gathered on Hamilton Steps to speak out against a CUCR guest speaker and detransition advocate, Michelle Alleva. The protest was planned in just under 24 hours yet had an impressive student turnout. Bwog sat down with a few students who attended the […]

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This week, Deputy Events Editor Julia Tolda and Deputy Editor Lillian Rountree had a conversation with Pulitzer Prize for Fiction finalist and Adjunct Associate Professor Elif Batuman.

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I never would’ve thought taking down a multi-level marketing ploy would be on the agenda for my very first week of college!

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It's the most Bwonderful time of the year!

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Following staff shake-ups, organizational restructuring, and the decision to pay tour guides, there is a “new direction” for the Undergraduate Recruitment Committee. But will these changes be enough to address campus tour shortfalls?

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Senior Staff Writer Grace Fitzgerald-Diaz sat down with the leaders and members of Barnard’s Reproductive Justice Collective to talk about their current initiatives, abortion rights issues on-campus, and their work with the city.

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Columbia’s Resident Advisors, the student workers at the center of undergraduate residential life, report dissatisfaction with the job’s pay structure and level of communication. In the wake of Barnard RAs’ collective action, RAs at Columbia make plans to continue organizing over the summer.

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Bwog’s current Board members, Rania, Henry, and Sofia, summarize the whole semester and, boy, was Spring 2022 a doozy or what?

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Daily Editor Elizabeth Walker interviews Layla Faraj about her experience writing and publishing her winning essay, “My Plea for a Second Love Language.”

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SGA Representatives have the power to influence major aspects of student life, including by planning a myriad of beloved student events. However, when their elections come around, the bulk of the student body is nowhere to be found. Will this semester be different?

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Earlier this week, Deputy Editor Lillian Rountree and Deputy News Editor Paulina Rodriguez sat down with members of the bargaining committee for the Barnard Contingent Faculty Union (BCF-UAW) to talk about their union, its impact on campus, and labor on campus more broadly.

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With its last appearance in the public eye being in a Columbia College Today Spring 2020 magazine, the once-promised “Beginner’s Mind Institute” suddenly finds itself back into public memory.

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Bwog talked with two recipients of Columbia’s Scholarship for Displaced Students, Sara Wahedi and Dr. Ajmal Sabawoon, about their experiences at Columbia, their fields of study, and their respective journeys to the University.

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Staff Writer declares her love for Julia Tolda Francophone, Lusophone and Anglophone literature. And for the Barnard Comparative Literature Department. And for literature and translation, in general.

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If you like LitHum, consider an English major.

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