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On a brisk end-of-summer afternoon, two evenings ago, two Barnard first-years eschew dinner at Hewitt to get some cultural exposure. Crossing Broadway, Bwog correspondents Asya Sagnak and Sarah Dahl attended a talk at Columbia’s Miller Theatre by Dominican-American artist Scherezade Garcia, whose murals are currently on display. Given the quirky title of the show (In […]

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Our Arts Editor brings you Bwog’s review of The 121st Varsity Show, as well as some thoughts of his own. V121 opens on ambitious RA and plucky heroine Gwen Ross (Gabrielle Bullard, BC ’18) returning from a semester spent abroad. She is anxious to return to her Columbia home, and we, the audience, look forward to joining her in our own […]

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In an effort to bring you the best of the Columbia arts world, we sent Bwog theatre critic and Flaubert enthusiast Joe Milholland to last night’s showing of the Barnard Theatre Department’s production of Madame Bovary. Additional showings are tonight at 8:00 and Saturday at 3:00 and 8:00, with tickets available here.  As I was […]

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