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As Nussbaum & Wu’s official funeral will be held today, Bwog is honoring the tragedy of its untimely demise with a dramatic Shakespearean death poem. They say a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet (Romeo and Juliet) But Nuss, the dorm, without its bagel shop, is incomplete Health Department, hide your fires […]

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The Columbia/Barnard science community is blessed with countless lab research opportunities. Here, a first-year undergraduate researcher documents his experiences with a sonnet. He would like to preface this poem by stating that STEM, and not creative writing, is his forte. You send out emails left and right: “Please won’t you have me in your lab?” Professors […]

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