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Just thinking about all of the cultural activities around campus and in the city makes Bwog swoon, so we’d like to share what we’ve found with you. Arts Editor Kyra Bloom delivers the scoop on your talented peers and discounted tickets. Send your event to events@bwog.com. On Campus: CUPAL’s Special Project this semester is a combination […]

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The Columbia University Chinese Students and Scholars Association and the undergraduate Chinese Students Club brought Lang Lang to Lerner on Tuesday afternoon. Bwog’s Sarah Thompson was on hand to listen to the sweet sounds. What do Lang Lang, Ashton Kutcher, and the ice cream man have in common? They’re all people I’ll let keep me […]

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The Chinese Students Club (CSC) and CUCSSA are bringing the piano virtuoso Lang Lang to talk and perform at the Roone Arledge auditorium in Lerner this Tuesday (11/13) at 2 PM. Deantini will be making opening remarks. To register for this event, you must learn Chinese, fill out the form, and reply to a confirmation E-mail.   […]

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