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*Singing* “If you’re sad and mad and you know it, clap your hands.”

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On Wednesday, Staff Writer Erika Avallone attended a talk where Kerri Arsenault, literary critic and author, discussed her best-selling work “Mill Town: Reckoning with What Remains,” as part of Columbia University’s Nonfiction Dialogues series.

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Love to read? Don’t love to read? Only read Bwog? Well, Bwog’s new column BwogBooks seeks to introduce you to some amazing alumni reads!

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Have you seen TikTok or Instagram posts of aesthetic pictures of book annotations? Chances are you have.

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Erika Avallone, Bwog Staff Writer, attended the final event of this fall’s Writers at Barnard. Led by Creative Writing Director Jhumpa Lahiri, alumna and author Idra Novey gave a reading of her newest book, “Take What You Need,” and engaged in inquisitive conversation. 

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Staff Writer Tara Lago reflects on a beautiful art form, collaboration, and reconnecting with old friends.

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Staff Writer Matthew Gay Trinket Hops himself in an effort to offer a glimpse into the vibe of his headspace and room.

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On Friday, Staff Writer Manny Gonzalez attended a semesterly tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art based around the Literature Humanities syllabus; the event is offered by Columbia’s Department of Art History.

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In which Bwog continues to gush over required reading that was surprisingly decent. 

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laLate yesterday afternoon, Bwogger and sophomore at Barnard College Elle Ferguson died unexpectedly after introducing herself to the wrong professor.

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As is normal for a student, when you’re constantly analysing university texts left, right, and centre, picking up a book voluntarily is not very common. I too related to this. However, when a four-hour-long hair appointment quite literally forced me to look up from my phone, I refound my childhood love of reading for pleasure as opposed to […]

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In the interest of contrasting her industrial-modern experience from the other day, Bwog Bagel Amara Banks visited The Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary. Below are some useful stats as well as her opinion of the library.  Location: 3041 Broadway, New York, NY, 10027. Right on the corner of 121st and Broadway Hours: Typically 9am-10pm on […]

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