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A few weeks ago, Managing Editor Betsy Ladyzhets argued that the basement of Teacher’s College is a liminal space, a place that exists between one conception of reality and the next. Now, she’s back to evaluate whether another space on Columbia’s campus fits in that same category. I am sitting in the study room on […]

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There are a few staple lectures that most people will take during their time at Columbia, and one of those courses includes the Introduction to American Politics. Loved/loathed by almost every Political Science major, this large intro course usually ends up with a heavy roster upwards of 380 students. Given the huge crowd (even though […]

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Crossing Broadway is a big step, and one that most Columbia students undertake with trepidation. Lerner aficionado Finn Klauber looked both ways before he crossed the street, but nothing prepared him for what lay inside the Big Red. Barnard’s campus is an alien world to many Columbia students. Okay, maybe that’s a little over exaggerated, but […]

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“only glass stands” sounds like part of a Google Glass ad; and MaMa reminds us of kind-of-almost of a certain cello player. But the MaMa Project’s “only glass stands” dance performance was neither. Read on to find out what Bwog staffers Becky Novik and Jennifer Nugent thought of last night’s première! Warning: Written in the […]

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If you’re reading this, it’s too late… to attend the first session of Barnard Personal Librarians’ “Grab and Go” sessions in the Diana center. Thankfully, the amazing Barnlib queens will be available today (the 17th), tomorrow (the 18th), and Friday (the 20th) in the Diana Center Cafe (second floor) to answer any questions you may […]

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If you’ve been to the bold, beautiful Diana Center this year, you probably noticed a few changes to Liz’s Place and the Diana Cafe. We received tips during NSOP about an addition to Liz’s Place called “Provisions On Demand,” but we didn’t think it would be that special. WELL, LET US TELL YOU—Diana (if it wasn’t […]

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This morning, a small crowd came out to observe the unveiling of the Diana Center’s new mural, the brainchild of SGA arts and culture representative Adrienne Nel, BC ’16, in order to bring more public art to campus. Attendees included Debora Spar (although Bwog cannot confirm any of her dance/zumba moves) and the Columbia Clefhangers, […]

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