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On Thursday, October 27, Columbia Pride hosted queer historian and author John D’Emilio (CC ’70, GSAS ’74, ’82) for an AlumniTALK on his new memoir: Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood: Coming of Age in the Sixties.

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Most of us look back on the early posts of our class Facebook groups with shame and bewilderment—they are testament to the one quality that freshmen at every institution embody: utter doltishness. If you’ve ever hoped that the species would evolve past this kind of posturing, it was in vain, for the Columbia Class of 2020 […]

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Bwog’s personal plasmid profiler, Zach Kagan, recounts us with the exciting tales of mosquitos, viruses, telescopes and Golden Geese in this week’s Bunsen Bwog.  We already know what science would do with a 65-million year mosquito sample: make a dinosaur theme park and hire Jeff Golblum to get chased around by velociraptors. But what does science […]

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