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Fall has arrived! Grab your PSL and weighted blanket and cozy up in Lerner 510 tonight at 9 pm for Bwog’s weekly open meeting.
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On Friday, September 23, Columbia Global Centers | Rio de Janeiro, Columbia World Projects (CWP), and Obama Foundation Scholar Alumni brought together speakers and panelists to speak on the ever-changing standards of spirituality, technology, finance, and civic action in regard to climate change.
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On Wednesday, September 28, Staff Writer Phoebe Mulder attended a conversation between Deborah Paredez and Margo Jefferson on Jefferson’s Constructing A Nervous System: A Memoir.
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Welcome back to Science Fair, Bwog’s weekly roundup of science events happening around campus. As always, email science@bwog.com if you want your event featured.
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Columbia and New York City are packed with amazing culture and inspiring art, and now that so much of it is online for free, there’s never been a better time to experience it first-hand. “Where Art Thou” is a weekly guide to interesting and notable lectures, events, and performances for the literary/musically/theatrically-inclined.
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Migration and gender politics is the theme for this week’s EEOC, featuring events centered on gender, sexuality, and movement through places and times.
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Bundle up and bike for a cause! Radiators, cancer research, and updates on Hurricane Ian are all featured in today’s Bwoglines.
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Bwog Sees “Bros”

Bros is the first romantic comedy about a gay couple to be released by a major Hollywood studio. And it is not one of those gay movies that caters to straight people.
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On Thursday, September 29, Deputy News Editor Paulina Rodriguez and Staff Writers Katie Christian and Manny Gonzalez attended a discussion with comedian Joanna Hausmann and professor Frances Negrón-Muntaner, hosted by Columbia’s Institute of Latin American Studies.
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On Wednesday, Staff Writer Charlie Bonkowsky attended two talks at the Astronomy Department: on binary star systems and their evolution, by Katelyn Breivik, and on high-energy black hole flares, by Bart Ripperda.
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This Thursday, the Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a panel to demystify the Republican Party’s energy and environmental policy. Panelists Jeffrey A. Rosen, Kellie Donnelly, and James L. Connaughton summarized past GOP policy, provided insight to the party’s current platforms, and gave recommendations for the future.
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Football kicks off its Ivy League campaign, Hurricane Ian continues to leave a path of wreckage, and more. Editor’s Warning: Mentions of death and violence.
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