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On Wednesday, September 28, Staff Writer Phoebe Mulder attended a conversation between Deborah Paredez and Margo Jefferson on Jefferson’s Constructing A Nervous System: A Memoir.

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Migration and gender politics is the theme for this week’s EEOC, featuring events centered on gender, sexuality, and movement through places and times.

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On Wednesday, Staff Writer Charlie Bonkowsky attended two talks at the Astronomy Department: on binary star systems and their evolution, by Katelyn Breivik, and on high-energy black hole flares, by Bart Ripperda.

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This Thursday, the Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a panel to demystify the Republican Party’s energy and environmental policy. Panelists Jeffrey A. Rosen, Kellie Donnelly, and James L. Connaughton summarized past GOP policy, provided insight to the party’s current platforms, and gave recommendations for the future.

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On Tuesday, September 20, comics journalist Sarah “Shay” Mirk led a journalism workshop in the Zine library in Millstein, Barnard College. She was introduced by the director of the Barnard Zine Library, Jenna Freedman. 

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Interested in energy policy? Bulgarian novels? Brazilian politics? Then this week’s events roundup may be for you!

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On Wednesday, September 21, former Belarusian presidential candidate Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya spoke about her efforts to advocate for fair elections in Belarus and promote democracy in Ukraine.

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Deputy Events Editor and Senior Staff Writer Julia Tolda attended the Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures’ first screening of Fall 2022, Madalena (2021). TW: transphobia. 

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EEOC goes global for this week’s very special edition, featuring events from Columbia’s 2022 World Leaders Forum!

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Staff Writer Elijah Knodell attended a panel hosted Thursday by the Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life that delved into the intersection of Christian nationalism and American gun culture.

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On Wednesday, Staff Writer Charlie Bonkowsky attended the colloquium “Moving Closer to a Detection of nHz-frequency Gravitational Waves with NANOGrav,” by Scott Ransom, a founder of the NANOGrav project.

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Staff Writer Kate Mekechuk attended Barnard College’s annual Convocation at the Nave of Riverside Church.

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Last Sunday, Bwog Illustrator Eli Reville and Events Editor Ava Slocum attended WKCR’s Fall Welcome Concert and BBQ! The event, held in Roone Auditorium, featured live music and DJs from Columbia’s own radio station.

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Welcome to the new school year! Get back into the swing of things with some on-campus events this week.

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