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Geetanjali Shree, author of the novel Ret Samadhi was in conversation with two of her translators, discussing the nuances and setbacks of the work of the translator.

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Staff Writer Paula Carrión attended Ferris Reel’s last zine workshop, collaged the night away, and remembered why watching movies is great.

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If you think playing basketball has nothing to do with being in a court of law…

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To celebrate Leap Day, Managing Editor Alison Hog attended a syllabus zine making workshop at the Barnard Zine Library, discovering that learning never ends.

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On Friday, Columbia Scholar in Residence Derecka Purnell spoke about her book: Becoming Abolitionists: Police, Protests, and the Pursuit of Freedom, and her experience with abolitionist organizing in collaboration with the Eric H. Holder Jr. Initiative for Civil and Political Rights. Content warning: mentions of violence and police brutality.

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On Thursday evening, the Barnard Speaking Center hosted the TEDx Barnard College, featuring nine inspiring speeches on a wide range of topics.

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Staff Writer Paula Carrión attended an engaging conversation about a group of Black women writers who changed the cultural scene of the 1970s and who call themselves The Sisterhood.

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On Friday, the newly-inaugurated President Laura Ann Rosenbury addressed the community about her foundations for the future of Barnard College and was met with chanting demonstrators.

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As you get back into the swing of things, procrastinate your school work for a bit to check out this week’s events! Take your pick of the past, present, or future with events covering deep dives into historical archives, ways to manage your stress, and predictions for peace in the Middle East.

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Welcome back to campus! Bwog hopes you enjoyed a relaxing winter break and the snowy start to the semester. Kick off the Spring semester right with this week’s events roundup! Here at Bwog, we do our best to bring your attention to important guest lecturers and special events on campus. If you have a correction […]

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This past Thursday, Staff Writer Olivia Chiroiu attended “The Spiritual Life of Social Movements,” a lecture by Professor Nyle Fort as part of the Thursday lecture series hosted by The Society of Fellows. 

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Happy first week of December! This week’s events include a student-led panel on immigration advocacy, a panel on the Espionage Act, and a half-day workshop on storytelling in times of crisis.

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It’s that time of the year again: Columbia’s World Leaders Forum is here! From the president of the Dominican Republic to the president of the European Parliament, leaders from all fields will arrive at Columbia to discuss critical issues facing different nations.

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As we get back to the school rhythm, don’t miss out on the chance to participate in this week’s events! From a celebration of the University’s international community to a discussion of threats against democracy in Brazil, learn more about what is happening around the world.

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Welcome home! Whether you’re about to embark on your first or your last year of college, “Every Event on Campus” is your guide to weekly on-campus events on a wide range of interesting topics.

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