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On Thursday afternoon, Events Editor Lexie Lehmann ventured uptown to Columbia’s Medical School campus to attend the book launch of “Governing Global Health: Who Runs the World and Why?”, written by Chelsea Clinton and Devi Sridhar. At the event, Clinton and Sridhar discussed the governance of leading public health organizations and the process of co-authoring their […]

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The World Leaders forum is held every year to coincide with the UN General Assembly. Bwog will hop in and out of the forum throughout the week. On Monday night, Disease-free tag team Zach Kagan and Evelyn Warner hit up the Lance Armstrong opening event. Lance Armstrong looked a little out of place among the […]

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Bwog likes to hop from room to room, and sometimes, when we find something good enough, we post about it. Other times, we just harass the residents for free snacks and then quietly leave. If you would like your room to be hopped, email us at tips@bwog.com. “The trouble with always trying to preserve the […]

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A tipster sent in this photo, informing us of a stair-climing competition taking place in Harmony. Man, Harmony residents just must love walking… Photo by Benjamin Fogarty

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