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More money, more problems. Editor’s Warning: Mentions of death and violence.

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This Wednesday, Students Supporting Israel (SSI) held a protest titled “Rally for Our Existence” on the Sundial.

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At 4 pm on Tuesday, students gathered at the Sundial for an emergency rally in support of displaced Palestinians in Rafah.

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On Wednesday, Staff Writer Erika Avallone attended a talk where Kerri Arsenault, literary critic and author, discussed her best-selling work “Mill Town: Reckoning with What Remains,” as part of Columbia University’s Nonfiction Dialogues series.

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On Thursday, students gathered at the Sundial to redesign Columbia apparel and hold a rally in support of Palestine. 

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Love to read? Don’t love to read? Only read Bwog? Well, Bwog’s new column BwogBooks seeks to introduce you to some amazing alumni reads!

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On Tuesday, January 30, President Minouche Shafik announced that Cas Holloway will serve as Columbia University’s first Chief Operating Officer.

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On Wednesday, January 18, President Minouche Shafik announced that Angela V Olinto, professor and Dean of the Division of Physical Sciences and the Albert A Michelson Distinguished Service Professor at the University of Chicago, will begin her tenure as Provost in April. 

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Besides changing leaves, you can tell fall is in the air on campus and in New York City.

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In a new email, Columbia College Dean Josef Sorett and Dean of Academic Affairs Lisa Hollibaugh announced that Columbia College and General Studies will introduce minors and phase out concentrations. The change will go into effect in Fall 2024. 

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Last year, the Columbia Postdoctoral Workers (CPW) and the Columbia chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) hired a professional to analyze Columbia’s finances to get the truth about its budget. Earlier this week, CPW and AAUP presented the professional’s findings.

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This week’s events include the UNESCO World Press Freedom Day, Professional Report of Columbia’s Finances, and a series of photo essays on the Animacy of Nature!

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