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This week, SGA heard a petition for an update to Barnard’s anti-discrimination policy, and viewed a presentation about Barnard’s finances in the past year. 

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Bwog is back with the latest edition of the ongoing Major Spotlights feature! This time, we’re focusing on Barnard’s new Educational Studies major, which was unveiled in February. 

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This week, SGA Rep Council met with Ariana González Stokas, Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), and Cammie Jones, Executive Director of Community Engagement and Inclusion, to discuss how Barnard can become more inclusive. 

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Bwoggers witnessed an outdoor tent fully raised on Futter Field today.

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Barnard College will extend deadlines for P/D/F grading and the ability to withdraw from a class for the Spring 2021 semester.

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New details concerning the summer semester for Barnard College have been released, according to two emails sent to students earlier today.

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To the aimless, the confused, and the curious — here’s *almost* everything you need to know about being a history major as a part of Bwog’s ongoing plot to demystify every department in this University. 

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Barnard College has announced that it will be extending the temporary SAT and ACT test-optional policy for students applying for Fall/Spring 2022 and Fall/Spring 2023.

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The Barnard Education Program will be adding an interdisciplinary Education Studies major available only for Barnard students starting this year.

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Barnard will welcome 30% of the student body to live on campus, and in-person classes will become available alongside continued remote instruction.

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Staff Writer Grace Novarr, a Barnard freshman, explains the different classes in the Columbia Core.

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While reflecting on how the Barnumbia experience has changed in the era of COVID-19, I realized that I won’t be able to host a visiting prospective student this year, and it made me very sad. 

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In light of the pandemic and a recent uptick in robberies in the area, Barnard sent an email to students outlining new safety procedures and emphasizing the necessity of commonplace safety practices. Highlights include several entrance closures and a new rideshare partnership with Via offering FREE rides within the Morningside Heights area.

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