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On Thursday, journalist and Chief Audience Officer of nonprofit news organization Capital B, Akoto Ofori Atta, and Athena Center director Umbreen Bhatti discuss the need for news-writing for Black audiences in the wake of divisive elections and the rise of social media misinformation. 
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 Should the names of every Spice Girl or every BTS member be etched into Butler Library? In a better world, both would be. In today’s world, we have Homer and Demosthenes instead. 
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Whether you’re providing aid to disaster victims, preventing an overdose, or just wearing your mask, we can all find ways to help each other.
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The second victim of the December 2  stabbing attack was also a Columbia affiliate, according to an email from President Lee Bollinger. 
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Twenty-three tons of cast bronze, but infinite weight in the tons of confusion it causes. Just what the heck is it?
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Bwog's tips and tricks for all your stuyding needs this finals season!
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In their first in-person production since early 2020, the Columbia University Players can finally welcome an audience back for The Dead, a stage adaptation of James Joyce’s short story. Staff Writer Ava Slocum went to the Lerner Black Box Theater for the Friday performance of the show, directed by Celia Krefter (CC ’22).
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There are so many types…running for tennis balls, running from the law, outrunning Omicron. Is the last even possible? Editor’s Warning: Mentions of gun violence
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From same-day delivery access to internet availability, algorithms built with problematic data are influencing our daily lives and exacerbating structural racism and inequality. The Undesign the Redline @ Barnard Symposium aimed to shed light on a serious and often-overlooked issue: digital redlining.
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I was prompted to record this information because the Columbia College Instagram story about the line had an awful angle. Like you couldn’t see anything. Immortalize this struggle.
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The Fightin’ Blue Hens (6-2) fell to the Lions (8-2) in the fourth quarter after an incredible 27-point performance by Columbia’s Abbey Hsu (CC ’24).
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