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Columbia Fails To Provide Equal Access To Education

Accessibility has been a buzzword on campus for a long time, but has the university addressed the issue adequately? Managing Editor Maddie Stearn spoke with Eun Oh (CC ’18), who would suggest that Columbia is not fulfilling its promises.  Eun Byoul Oh is a sophomore in Columbia College, New York Times Scholarship recipient, potential Political Science […]

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What’s For Dinner: FLIP, Accessibility, And Leftovers

Recent months have brought low-income students’ straits to the attention of the greater campus and administration. Bwog Editor in Chief Taylor Grasdalen reports on the issue of food accessibility and what Columbia University students are doing to fix it. Two weeks ago, the Columbia First-Generation Low-Income Partnership (FLIP) launched a campaign to promote their “Microfund,” intended to assist Columbia […]

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#Ferguson: Reporting A Viral News Story

Bwog writer Taylor Grasdalen spent her Thursday night over at the Journalism School to hear from those reporters and members of the community closest to recent months’ events in Ferguson, Missouri. “Can a black man in the United States get legal justice? That is the story.” Wesley Lowery of The Washington Post stresses that reporting on scene does […]

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Days On Campus: An Alternate Perspective

One staffer’s prospie loves Bwog so much that he even decided to come to one of our meetings. We liked him, and thought we’d ask if he wanted to write an article about his experiences at Perspectives on Diversity and Days on Campus. So, continuing this year’s trend of posting about the pre-frosh, Evan Morris, […]

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Like Yelp, but for Accessibility

It’s easy to take for granted being able to walk up the steps to get wasted in the Heights or visit a friend in an EC Townhouse. Lacey Tompkins, BC ’14, is trying to get others to contribute to AXS Map, with the incentive that you could win a $25 AMEX gift card if you […]

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