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CC sophomore Giovanna Canonici has passed away, according to an email from Dean Josef Sorett.  Content warning: Mentions of death 

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Over the last week, Columbia College, GS, and SEAS have all announced substantial changes to their Computer Science majors, an effort to both accommodate the developing academic field and mitigate the department’s years-long issues with over-enrollment.

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Congratulations to the 102 Columbia seniors inducted into Phi Beta Kappa this spring!

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This afternoon, Columbia College and SEAS announced that their Class Day speakers will be playwright Katori Hall, CC ’03, and EpiBone CEO Nina Tandon, SEAS ’09, Columbia Business School ’12, respectively.

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CC student McLeod Buckham-White passed away, according to an email that Josef Sorett, Dean of Columbia College, sent to the Columbia community this morning. Editor’s warning: Mentions of death

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A scholarship for a one-year master’s degree in global affairs at Beijing’s Tsinghua University has been awarded to six Columbia University students. 

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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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Tití me preguntó si tengo muchas organizaciones, muchas organizaciones. Hoy tengo una, mañana otra. (Translated: Auntie asked me if I have a lot of organizations, a lot of organizations. Today I have one, tomorrow another.)

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The University is recording faculty stances tomorrow on its plan to integrate Columbia College and the School of General Studies further into Arts and Sciences, the University division which also oversees a number of graduate schools.

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Yancopoulos leads biotechnology firm Regeneron and has received numerous awards for his scientific contributions.

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This past Monday, Columbia College announced that 97 seniors will be inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, a couple of weeks after Barnard announced its spring inductees.

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This evening, both Barnard College and Columbia College released the names of the remaining inductees for their 2018 classes of Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Beta Kappa is made up of 10 percent of the respective college senior class, chosen “based on the breadth, depth and rigor of their academic programs” (not necessarily the top 10 percent GPA-wise, […]

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Amanda Ba is a Columbia College freshman who is taking Lit Hum while also running online clothing business. This week, Bwogger Victoria Arancio admired dogs with Ba and discussed her plans for her art and for her first year at Columbia.  Bwog: Give us insight into the amazing life of Amanda Ba.  AB: I was born in Columbus, […]

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Dear Bwog, I’ve been having serious cravings lately. I really miss home-cooked meals and the tastes that I am accustomed to. All the food here is too colorful. But do you know what I’m really missing? Some good, ole-fashioned, sweaty white dick. Yours, cheesecake lover Dear Cheesecake lover, Don’t ever feel like you’re alone! Columbia […]

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