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Happening around the World: North Korea is preparing to test a long-range missile to reach the west coast of the US, according to Russian officials who visited Pyongyang on October 2-6. In a report by Russia’s RIA news agency, Russian lawmakers said that “their mood is rather belligerent.” Understatement of the year. (Reuters) Happening in the US: The Trump administration […]

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Today at 6:oopm, Columbia will be honoring the Lenni-Lenape people by installing a plaque in John Jay Courtyard. The Lenape lived in this area before the colonization of the Americas, and the push for a plaque began last year when Columbia’s Native American Council started circulating a petition. This installation comes, of course, on Columbus Day, which […]

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Barnumbia Buildings As NYC Neighborhoods
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Another Barnard girl' s take on Columbia College, using a word that only Barnard girls who work on bwog use. (read more)
Barnumbia Buildings As NYC Neighborhoods
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Dear Bwog Staff: As the intro to this piece clearly states, the post is about buildings at Columbia and Barnard. (read more)
Barnumbia Buildings As NYC Neighborhoods
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Yes can confirm the guys we worked with over there who happened to have swastika tattoos and talked about killing (read more)
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