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Now if only Moderna had announced the vaccine BEFORE we recorded this…

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But first, a quick note.

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Last night, the Barnard/Columbia chapter of Design for America held their spring semester introductory meeting in Room 504 of Diana. It featured everything you would expect from one of these – an introduction of board members, a presentation, a Q&A session – and those will be addressed, if not necessarily in order. I must begin, […]

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ClubHop: Tik Tok Club

Staff writer Eliza Staples spends a cold and misty night learning about Tik Tok and advocacy.

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Baby Bwogger Mia Xing went to a CU Taiko rehearsal, during which she dropped her drumsticks and almost had to do push-ups, which she doesn’t know how to do! Here are her thoughts on why everyone should learn how to play the Japanese drums at Columbia!

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With NSOP drawing to an end and students realizing they are impostors/too lazy to fill out the Spec app/desperate for extracurriculars/lonely, newcomers showed up in droves to the first open Bwog meeting of the year. New Bwogger (and maybe already retired Bwogger) Nicki Camberg brings us this report.

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On Sunday in Lerner, the Columbia Women’s Business Society put on its annual conference, this year focusing on Success to Significance and how women can break down gender barriers in a variety of fields. Bwog sent Staff Writer Maya Corral to cover this event, where she drank lots of Yerba Mate and learned how to […]

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This past Friday, a new cultural group on campus called the Jewish Israeli Film Club held a film screening of The Band’s Visit – and hosted Sasson Gabai, one of the film’s stars, for a meet-in-greet. Managing Editor Betsy Ladyzhets attended the event and talked to the group’s founder about its goals. Both the 2007 Israeli film The […]

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Colloquially referred to as the “Barnard Gardening Club,” officially recognized as nothing, but personally called the “Barnard Community Garden,” this unofficial club at Barnard has made a lot of change considering its (lack of) status. Bwog sat down with the visionaries behind the Barnard Community Garden and talked about sending an inordinate amount of e-mails […]

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What are Columbia students doing to engage with the recent movement of increased activism against gun violence? Daily Editor Isabel Sepúlveda found out by speaking to members of new organization Columbia University Against Gun Violence and attending two of the group’s events. In the wake of the Parkland shooting this past February, there has been an […]

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Today, Bwog Science brings you a clubhop on Columbia Space Initiative (CSI), “a group of students and professors dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge in near-space, space, and beyond.” Although the club is relatively new (started in 2015), it has already accomplished much, attending national competitions at Cape Canaveral and sending a stuffed animal Roaree […]

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