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Are you a black-identifying individual attending Barnard College? Want to hear from fellow black-identifying Barnard students and alumni? Bold, Beautiful, Black at Barnard will be happening from today up until Wednesday with various events throughout the three days! Below is the schedule for each of the events and panels that will be held for you to […]

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Earlier this afternoon, we received a tip that name tags on the doors of Asian students living in EC, Schapiro, and other dorms had been ripped off. Students affected were both Asian-American and international, but the perpetrators seemed to focus on name tags appearing distinctly non-Western. This vandalism began earlier this semester in EC as the vandals ripped […]

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Where Art Thou?

Have you noticed the darkening skies? Do you find your mood darkening as well? Have you locked yourself in a room with chocolate and Netflix for two days? Madysen Luebke, Bwog’s artistic spirit animal, and also Arts Editor, has the key to your lock. Go see a show this weekend, and let us know how […]

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Don’t you just love the first weeks back? So many introductory meetings, so many chips and cupcakes passed around. The Asian American alliance is getting in on the trend, hence the free dessert at their information session tonight at 8:30 in the Lerner Broadway Room. (That’s the one that’s alllll the way down the ramp […]

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In a continuing stream of released statements today, we get one from student group AAA (Asian American Alliance, not the place you call when your car breaks down), with support from a huge number of student groups. Below is their statement: According to several news sources, an alleged hate crime occurred on Columbia University’s campus […]

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Lifting Veils, Ribs

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Asian American Alliance, and Hunter College’s Coalition for the Revitalization of Asian American Studies at Hunter are joining forces tonight to present Lifting the Veil: The Plight of Asian American Studies Within the University. The event will feature guest panelist Jennifer Hayashida (of Hunter College), and will be accompanied by delicious Dinsosaur […]

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On one blustery winter evening each year, (read: tonight at 7 pm), the Asian American Alliance (AAA) hosts cultureSHOCK in Lerner to showcase Asian American performance, fashion, and FOOD from groups across the Columbia community. In an attempt to answer the clearly rhetorical questions on the event’s Facebook page, Bwog’s resident expert on both Asia […]

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What better way to supplement your Saturday night munchies with food with that is laden in festivity and easy on the wallet? The Columbia Asian American Alliance had Bwog at $1 bubble tea. Come to the Broadway room of Lerner tonight from 8 to 10 p.m. for cultureSHOCK. There will be free food made from […]

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