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An Evening with Elie Wiesel

Yesterday, the renowned author and activist Elie Wiesel graced our campus to answer questions and talk about his views on life. Avid audience-member Alexander Pines reports. At exactly 6:06 pm on Thursday in the Diana Event Oval, and after a few introductory words by Barnard president Debora Spar, Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel (pronounced […]

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Where Art Thou?

In what may be his last time, Bwog’s Amazing Art Attendant Alex Katz takes us on a magical journey through the paintings and photographs, the discussions and explorations, and the music and drama in Morningside Heights and beyond. Tip an event you think is interesting to events@bwog.com. Ongoing John Cage: The Sight of Silence at The […]

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Bucket List: Iran, Syria, and Elie Wiesel

Bucket List represents the unbelievable intellectual privilege we enjoy as Columbia students. We do our very best to bring to your attention important guest lecturers and special events on campus. As always, feel free to mention any events we may have missed in the comments section (and/or mock our typos) and we’ll add them. Our recommendations […]

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