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Fireside Chat: Graduate Students, Policy, and Expansion

Last night, Columbia University President Lee Bollinger held a chat for graduate students at his Morningside Drive mansion house. Barnard College sophomore and Bwog staff member Taylor Grasdalen visited on our behalf to keep up with the non-undergraduate community and PrezBo’s many global thoughts. I hardly expected to be the first to arrive for President […]

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