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On Tuesday evening, Bwog Staff Writer Erika Avallone had the privilege of attending a discussion titled “Writers at Barnard: Olga Ravn and Joyelle McSweeney,” where the authors divulged the emotionality and honesty of their writing processes. The night was coated with catharsis and compassion, an unforgettable nod to humanity’s most authentic experience: motherhood.    

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On Monday, April 15, Barnard President Laura Rosenbury announced that Rebecca L. Walkowitz, Dean of Humanities at Rutgers University, will serve as the next Barnard Provost and Dean of the Faculty starting on June 1.

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Here’s to hoping last week’s showers bring April Flowers, especially in time for this week’s events! This week, the Columbia Vegan Society will host their Earth Day Fair, historian Angela D LeBlank-Ernst will speak at Barnard, the Columbia Global Paris Center will host panels on questions in journalism, and so much more!

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Barnard College will be extending the deadline for declaring a class P/D/F as well as the ability to withdraw from a class for the Spring 2024 semester.

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On Tuesday evening, Barnard SGA posted a petition written by former Nightline staff members alleging discriminatory incidents in the workplace. SGA posted their own statement alongside the petition denouncing the alleged events. Nightline has responded to the allegations.

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SGA Bureau Chief Ria Vasishtha covered Barnard College’s Student Government Association (SGA) Meeting on Monday.

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On Monday, March 25, Barnard faculty will formally submit to the Barnard Committee on Instruction their proposal to establish an Asian Diaspora and Asian American Studies Program (ADAAS).

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The Transport Workers Union of America (TWU) expressed “outrage” concerning Barnard College President Rosenbury’s lack of redress for comments made by Barnard’s CARES Associate Director Rosemarie Ronde.

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Free pads and tampons will now be available on Barnard’s campus due to efforts from Barnard SGA.

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Choose neuroscience if you want to know why you forgot why you walked into a room.

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On Thursday, February 29, Barnard Dean Leslie Grinage and Senior Vice President Sarah Gillman announced that an investigation has been launched to look into various acts of vandalism on the Barnard campus.

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On Friday, February 23, Barnard Dean Leslie Grinage announced a new ban on displaying certain decorations on residence hall doors.

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If you don’t declare a major in or switch your major to Psychology after reading this, you should probably just drop out. 

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Barnard College instituted a new “Policy for Safe Campus Demonstrations,” effective February 19. The policy details the protocol for scheduling and holding demonstrations on campus.

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