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Barnard Contingent Faculty, a union for Barnard College faculty in conjunction with United Auto Workers, has announced a strike deadline for four weeks from today. The union posted on their website earlier today with a statement announcing this decision. It said the union voted in December to “authorize the BCF-UAW Bargaining Committee to call for any […]

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This week’s SGA meeting as all about the Benjamins, as many aspects of the discussion had to do with money. Instead of indulging in the first 2016 Presidential Debate, Staff Writer Dassi Karp attended the meeting and left with one thing on her mind: BBHMM! Last night, a strong and smart woman took to the political […]

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The Emmy Awards were last night, and while Game of Thrones and SNL took home awards, Lemonade did not, so what’s the point? Regardless, the biggest disappointment of the night was the quality of the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, which sucked according to Gerrick D. Kennedy. (LA Times) Watch Bill De Blasio answer why Citi Bike stations […]

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Some of you may be familiar with the website Texts From Last Night (TFLN), where users submit screenshots of texts they sent during nights out. After looking at some of our embarrassing screenshots, we realized that a lot of our texts could have easily been submissions from the website, despite the fact that they were […]

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You all attend Columbia, so you have essentially already condemned yourself to being a corporate sellout for the rest of your life. Get that last push for your Econ final by reading this Tuesday’s edition of Bwog in Bed. Also, Wu Tang forever.  Bwogline: Peter Schweizer’s book, Clinton Cash, has caused quite a ruckus since […]

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