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Do Your Part!

In response to the destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy, Columbia has put together a series of emergency blood drives around campus.  You can register online or just show up.  The first one is going on right now in Low with more to follow in the coming week.  Check out the schedule and play out some sort […]

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Bacchanal: Please Invite U-KISS

Bacchanal is soliciting student suggestions for this spring concert’s act in good faith. Accordingly, Bwog is temporarily dropping its normal stance of professionalism and integrity, and standing up for its passionate and biased convictions. So here it is. Bacchanal E-board: please invite U-KISS to perform at Bacchanal! Columbia students deserve to dance to the hot beats and infectious […]

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LectureHop: The UN and Human Rights

Last night at 6 PM, Concerned Global Citizen Alison Herman made her way over to Room 501 in the IAB to listen to the SIPA sponsored UN Studies Panel, “The Security Council and its Human Rights Agenda: Children and Armed Conflict; New Tools to Fight Impunity.”  Tuesday night’s panel began on a somber note with […]

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This. Harlem hasn't contributed anything except destruction. >inb4 Harlem Renaissance LMFAO, only poisoned America's Cultural Well (read more)
Eighteen-Year-Old Barnard Student Fatally Stabbed In Morningside Park
December 12, 2019
Because the park is sketchy and many people probably don't walk around there (read more)
Eighteen-Year-Old Barnard Student Fatally Stabbed In Morningside Park
December 12, 2019
exactly. The administration completely dropped the ball and sacrificed our safety in an attempt be... politically correct? We were told (read more)
Eighteen-Year-Old Barnard Student Fatally Stabbed In Morningside Park
December 12, 2019

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