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This weekend, NOMADS is presenting “Grieving for Fish,” a new play by Elyse Pitock, BC ’15. Bwog chatted with her about the show, which will be playing at the Glicker-Milstein Theatre tonight and tomorrow at 8 pm. The process for this production began 8 months ago. Pitock reached out to Columbia and Barnard first-year students […]

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Last week, Elyse Pitock, BC’15, had a piece published in the New York Times Anxiety Column.  This week, she has this interview published in Bwog.  (Of which do you think she is prouder?) Here, she continues her important discussion on food anxiety. Bwog: How did you get your writing featured in the Times? What is your […]

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As December 21st creeps ever closer, there’s a lot to worry about—should I stock up on water or tequila? In the event of zombies, should I invest in a chainsaw? Should I start taking notes when I watch “Doomsday Preppers?” While Bwog sits and counts its anxieties on its fingers, Elyse Pitock, BC ’15, went […]

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