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Geetanjali Shree, author of the novel Ret Samadhi was in conversation with two of her translators, discussing the nuances and setbacks of the work of the translator.

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Staff Writer Paula Carrión attended Ferris Reel’s last zine workshop, collaged the night away, and remembered why watching movies is great.

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Bwog gives you the student perspective on the 2024 Solar Eclipse at Columbia University.

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On Wednesday night, Staff Writer Sophie (Theo) Sandler went to Buell Hall to hear Professor Céline Bessière discuss her research concerning the interactions between gender and economic disparities in France.

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If you think playing basketball has nothing to do with being in a court of law…

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Staff Writer Theo Sandler reviews the Athena Film Festival screening of the documentary Your Fat Friend. Editor’s warning: This article discusses themes related to eating disorders and fatphobia. 

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On Tuesday, CU Democrats and CU College Republicans held their long-awaited debate where student representatives from each group argued about issues including immigration, student loan forgiveness, and free speech.

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Learn about a Leap Day newspaper, high-tech MTA cameras, and more in today’s edition of Bwoglines!

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Never trust anything that seems to good to be true.

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On Friday, Columbia Scholar in Residence Derecka Purnell spoke about her book: Becoming Abolitionists: Police, Protests, and the Pursuit of Freedom, and her experience with abolitionist organizing in collaboration with the Eric H. Holder Jr. Initiative for Civil and Political Rights. Content warning: mentions of violence and police brutality.

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On Thursday evening, the Barnard Speaking Center hosted the TEDx Barnard College, featuring nine inspiring speeches on a wide range of topics.

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Last Wednesday, Staff Writer Amélie Acevedo attended an eye-opening conversation regarding the use of meditation and mindfulness as a means of breaking down social and emotional barriers. The event, entitled “Mindfulness, Emotional Segregation and Connecting Across Difference,” was held by Professor Kathryn Judge. It is a part of the Dialogue Across Difference Initiative and was […]

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On Tuesday, February 13, the Columbia Political Science Students Association (PSSA) hosted a talk with Professor Michael Miller about future elections, the present political climate, and how the past can inform both.

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Oh how the mighty have fallen, wishing George Santos a recovery Valentine’s Day.

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Welcome back to Science Fair, Bwog’s weekly roundup of science events happening around campus. As always, email science@bwog.com if you want your event featured.

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