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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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Assault On 120th

The undergraduate community just received an email detailing an assault on 120th Street.  Public Safety is looking for more information.  Read the full alert: On September 23, 2013 about 3:40 P.M. a Columbia University affiliate was the victim of an assault on W. 120 St. between Claremont Avenue and Broadway. CCTV shows the males come […]

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Remember when the entire lexicon of AOL emoticons consisted of tilted punctuation? Do we even need to say “XD”? How far we’ve come. Can we put down the hundreds of emoji available to us and just pick up the phone? Alexander Pines, CC ’16, says it might be time to stop screenshitting and start calling. […]

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