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Lecture Hop correspondent Eliza Shapiro attended Dr. Danilo Türk’s speech on the European Union. Her report follows.  “There’s nothing left but loneliness / there’s nothing left to fear” were not the first words Bwog expected to hear upon entering Low Rotunda to hear the President of Slovenia speech’s on the European Union, but those were […]

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And if you’re a foreign affairs newshound or doing work-study at the Harriman Institute, you’d immediately know that that person is Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili, Law ’94 and member of an alleged “‘Columbia Club of Post-Soviet leaders.” While the real Columbia club is still a tenant of our much hated and intellectually sub-standard rivals at Princeton, the […]

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A grey day dawning over snow slowly turning to carbon-saturated black mush? A snowman keeled over like a post-1989 piece of Soviet stauary? It’s all put us in the mood – for Eastern Europe! Kidding aside, here are some highlights from the Birch’s fantastic winter issue: A poem about…gerunds. And literal translations. Trust us, it’s […]

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