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ClubHop: The Gadfly

Did you read about the gadfly in Plato’s Apology? Do you know the term just because you are hip? Or are you lost af? Whichever defines you, Bwog has a novel answer: become a PART of The Gadfly, a.k.a., Columbia’s undergraduate Philosophy journal, thanks to its recent revamp. Senior staffer (and Gadflyer) Sarah Dahl has the […]

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In past years, not many people knew about The Philolexian Society, deemed “The Oldest Student Group at Columbia.” This year, however, with increased membership, The Philolexian Society has significantly grown in campus presence. Join Bwog Staff Writer Gabrielle Kloppers as she attends a typical Philolexian meeting. Philolexian isn’t something most people know about. It may give off […]

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When two friends of Managing Editor Betsy Ladyzhets told her they were starting a book club at Barnard, she was amazed – there are college students who somehow want to do even more reading? The concept seemed fairly fantastical. Betsy went to the group’s first meeting last night to find out how they plan to […]

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Last week, we sent Bwoggers Jessa Nootbaar and Jennifer Nugent to cover the CU Vegan Society’s second meeting of the semester. In keeping with Bwog’s tradition of foodie ClubHops (second culinary club of the spring semester and going strong!!), this week we’ve decided to go abroad: to France. Columbia University French Cultural Society invited us […]

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Shopping period is over, which means your schedule is finally complete and (if you’re lucky) not a complete mess. But that’s just your academic schedule. What about those extracurriculars? Don’t you wanna get involved with something? Meet new people? Since the Activities Fair is only held in September, joining new clubs during the Spring Semester […]

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Columbia students represent a wide range of political interests. Libertarianism is just one of them. We sent Bwogger Maddie Stearn to check out the CU Libertarians meeting Tuesday night in Hamilton 304. If you’re not a Libertarian, don’t let that stop you from attending a CU Libertarians meeting. Seriously, 10/10, Would Recommend. Going in, I […]

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Bridge buff Henry Litwhiler explores the good deeds undertaken by your hyper-productive classmates. Maybe you’ve been living under a socially irresponsible rock, maybe you tune out at the utterance of the word “engineers,” or maybe you don’t trust people who don’t recognize boundaries. Whatever your excuse for ignoring the activities of Columbia’s chapter of Engineers Without […]

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Although most of us don’t get out of the CU bubble nearly enough, the city is an integral part of our college experience. Generation Citizen, a relatively new club to campus, sends Columbia students out to high school and middle school classrooms across the five boroughs to improve how civics is taught to these students. […]

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If there’s one thing we can say for sure, it’s that the CU Atheist and Agnostic Students Society has done a fabulous job with marketing. If you haven’t seen one of their flyers, you probably haven’t left your room in several weeks. Yesterday, though, we were interested in learning about more than just their astronomical […]

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This past Tuesday, we sent writer Christina Clark to the Roosevelt Institute’s meeting on Bitcoin. Here’s her account of the discussion and overall club experience: On Tuesday I attended my first Roosevelt Institute event for their discussion Bitcoin: Internet, Money, and the Law. I was intrigued by both the promise of constructive, nonpartisan discussion and […]

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New clubs and organizations have been springing up on campus this fall, including Columbia University Ready for Hillary. Politics Paramour Lili Brown caught up with the group’s co-founder, Anna Jessurun, to see what the club is all about. If you’re interested in learning more about/joining CU Ready for Hillary, please fill out their sign-up form and […]

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ClubHop: FemSex

Femsex is our awesome sex positivity group on campus. While most meetings are a safe space, feministic explorer Isabella Johnson attended a special facilitator meeting to hear the deal. The meeting begins with check-ins: name, preferred gender pronoun, access to space (physical/ emotional), and your answer to the daily question. The meeting took place on […]

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ClubHop: Mujeres

There are plenty of Hispanic/Latino groups on campus: HSF, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, SOL, and on. But Mujeres, self-described on their page as “providing an organization of cultural support for Latina women at Columbia,” is the “phoenix rising from the ashes,” as the club’s publicity chair metaphorized  during Mujeres’s first meeting of the year. […]

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ClubHop: CU Swing Dance

Columbia’s very own Swing Dance Club has weekly meetings where they get sweaty and Lindy Hop together. Swing Supporter Sarah Thompson volunteered her limited dancing expertise to check it out. *Play the music at the bottom for an enhanced reading experience. “Touch your partner with the level of pressure of a hug that’s comfortable, but not […]

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ClubHop: Musical Mentors

Musical Mentors Collaborative is hosting a fundraising concert this Saturday at 4 pm in Lerner C555 in conjunction with Columbia Classical Performers, and “yes, there will be free food.” Bwog caught up with co-presidents Nisha Hollingsworth and Julia Sayles to find out more about the club. Bwog: So what does Musical Mentors do? Nisha: We […]

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