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After a bit of whining, Illustrator Shane Maughn investigates the real reason his professor’s face hasn’t made an appearance on Zoom all semester.

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On Thursday night, Columbia Libraries hosted four cartoonists for America: WTF?: Comics in a Time of Crisis, a discussion of the Trump administration, identity, and the role of comics.  Karen Green, the Curator for Comics and Cartoons, opened the evening with thanks, to Kevin Schlottman and Emily Saso of the Rare Book Library for organizing […]

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Heads up everybody! Tonight, “three of Brooklyn’s most interesting indie cartoonists” are coming to Columbia for “a discussion of their work, their process, their origins, and their future.” Titled, “Brooklyn Comes to Morningside Heights”, this is the last Comics@Columbia event of the Fall semester, and will be held in Butler Library room 523 at 6pm. The panel consists […]

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Certainly feels like “we’re back b—-es” should not be the visible slogan for the revitalized encampment, especially if we want (read more)
Palestinian Students Launch “Revolt For Rafah” Encampment Amidst 2024 Columbia Reunion
June 1, 2024
Certainly feels like “We’re back bitches” is not the slogan we should be using if we want to decenter ourselves (read more)
Palestinian Students Launch “Revolt For Rafah” Encampment Amidst 2024 Columbia Reunion
June 1, 2024
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