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Senior Staff Writer Grace Fitzgerald-Diaz sat down with the leaders and members of Barnard’s Reproductive Justice Collective to talk about their current initiatives, abortion rights issues on-campus, and their work with the city.

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After three semesters without playing together in person, the CU Wind Ensemble and their brand new artistic director are enthusiastic about making music in the year ahead.

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Now if only Moderna had announced the vaccine BEFORE we recorded this…

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But first, a quick note.

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Last night, the Barnard/Columbia chapter of Design for America held their spring semester introductory meeting in Room 504 of Diana. It featured everything you would expect from one of these – an introduction of board members, a presentation, a Q&A session – and those will be addressed, if not necessarily in order. I must begin, […]

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Bwogger Eliza Staples visited the Esperanto Society to learn more about the international language that might save us all. 

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ClubHop: Tik Tok Club

Staff writer Eliza Staples spends a cold and misty night learning about Tik Tok and advocacy.

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Baby Bwogger Mia Xing went to a CU Taiko rehearsal, during which she dropped her drumsticks and almost had to do push-ups, which she doesn’t know how to do! Here are her thoughts on why everyone should learn how to play the Japanese drums at Columbia!

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On Sunday in Lerner, the Columbia Women’s Business Society put on its annual conference, this year focusing on Success to Significance and how women can break down gender barriers in a variety of fields. Bwog sent Staff Writer Maya Corral to cover this event, where she drank lots of Yerba Mate and learned how to […]

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This past Friday, a new cultural group on campus called the Jewish Israeli Film Club held a film screening of The Band’s Visit – and hosted Sasson Gabai, one of the film’s stars, for a meet-in-greet. Managing Editor Betsy Ladyzhets attended the event and talked to the group’s founder about its goals. Both the 2007 Israeli film The […]

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Colloquially referred to as the “Barnard Gardening Club,” officially recognized as nothing, but personally called the “Barnard Community Garden,” this unofficial club at Barnard has made a lot of change considering its (lack of) status. Bwog sat down with the visionaries behind the Barnard Community Garden and talked about sending an inordinate amount of e-mails […]

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