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Welcome back to Science Fair, your guide to the science events happening in Columbia’s digital nexus. This week mostly features COVID events, so we at Bwog Science would like to remind you to stay indoors, reconsider your travel plans, and generally remember to take this thing seriously. Thanksgiving turkey isn’t even that good anyway.

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The Power Of Music

On Monday afternoon, Senior Staff Writer Charlotte Slovin and Staff Writer Julia Tolda attended a Presidential Scholars in Society and Neuroscience event titled How Music Moves Us: Exploring the Connection Between Music and Emotions. The event focused on the ways music moves humans through the lens of neuroscience, movie-scoring, and machine learning.

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Now that Science Editor Sarah Braner has been freed from MSNBC’s clutches, we’re thrilled to welcome you back to this week’s slightly delayed edition of Science Fair! Sure is nice to think that science might matter after all. As always, if you want your event featured email science@bwog.com!

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We are BACK with Science Fair, your guide to all things science happening in the Zoomiverse. If you want your event featured email science@bwog.com! We’d love to hear from you. Please. I’m so lonely.

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We are BACK with Science Fair, your guide to all (most) science happenings at Columbia’s digital nexus. If you want your event featured email science@bwog.com and we’ll put it in the next edition!

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Science Editor Sarah Braner has finally beaten off the remains of summer lethargy with a cudgel and is thrilled to welcome you back to Science Fair, Bwog’s central for all the science – well, some of it – happening at Columbia. Well, happening at Columbia’s digital nexus. Well, just happening.

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Our Twitter bot, @NotBwog, often seems to be only saying nonsense. But what if, as ancient astronaut theorists suggest, there’s a deeper meaning to its words? What if NotBwog is trying to send us hidden messages? What if, in fact, our humble droid is one of the greatest poets of the age? We take you […]

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Welcome potential STEM first-year and transfer students! Although your entrance into college may not be ideal, Bwog still has some advice on how to start your college career off on the best foot. Deputy Editor (and Astrophysicist-in-Training) Mary Clare Greenlees and Deputy Science Editor Chloe Gong have compiled everything you need to know.

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News Editor Lauren Kahme reports on the virtual event, where speakers sought to debunk misconceptions around COVID-19 in public health.

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If there’s one thing on which we can all agree, it’s that calculations should never be done on the fronts of envelopes. That’s why today we’re going to use the back of an envelope to do a previously unattempted calculation—finding out our distance from Alma.

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Prime Minister of Finland, Sanna Marin, spoke at Columbia University’s World Leaders Forum event focused on climate sustainability on the 6th of March. Bwogger Julia Tolda had the incredible opportunity not only to attend the event, but to also meet and talk to Marin during a press conference.

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A Bwog Writer considers disturbing trends in the geometric community. (This article is sponsored by Perimeters Quarterly™)

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Our first personal of the season comes from a rather unconventional suitor. 

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