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PeopleHop: The Wall

Senior Staff Writer Henry Golub interviews a wall.

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To inaugurate the start of housing selection, Bwog presents a brief interview with the group with the highest lottery number for In-Person Selection: 30/8. 

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Nightlife sociologist Victor P. Corona has traveled past the velvet ropes of New York’s wildest clubs, cocktail spots and cabarets, contributing to his field in an irresistibly idiosyncratic–and iridescent–way. In pivoting his academic focus from the military to the world of drag queens and glam scenes, Corona seeks to dissect their hold on our national […]

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With the passing of student government elections, Bwog wanted to get a better sense of who would be each of the different colleges the following 2016-2017 year. Up next is the new CCSC Student Body President, Nicole Allicock.  A Brief Bio Nicole is a sophomore from DC and plans on majoring in Linguistics. She is in […]

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With The Muslim Protagonist (an annual symposium by the Muslim Students Association in which panelists will discuss issues of race, religion, gender identity, and the way literature can affect societal change) coming up this weekend, Bwog Staff Writer Nikki Shaner-Bradford reached out to speak with two of the organizers, Sania Khalid and Fatima Kholi, both BC ’17, to […]

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Dorothy is a member of the Barnard class of 2018, an American Studies major with a concentration in journalism, a skateboarder, an artist, and an activist. But most people know them as the person who hooked up with Swae Lee, the younger brother of the hip hop duo Rae Sremmurd, after Bacchanal last Saturday. I reached […]

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In the final part of Senior Staffer Joe Milholland’s interview with Luca Springer, they discuss the application process to Rhodes, the value of a Columbia education, and how Columbia differs from Sciences Po. Bwog: In GS and Sciences Po, you’ve studied a lot of things, like philosophy, business, law. Do you see those things as connected, […]

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We bring you a final piece from this month’s Blue and White featuring an interview with Thomas Roma, courtesy of Virginia Fu. Thomas Roma is a photographer and proud Brooklyn native. He has been awarded two Guggenheim Fellowships and his work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art and the International Center of […]

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Returning to Columbia after a summer at home can be an emotionally taxing experience. No one misses their parents, but how do we survive the constant stress of an Ivy League education without our pets? Well, Barnard’s Eva Kerman doesn’t have to. With the Office of Disability Services’ approval, Eva adopted a yorkie to share her […]

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Bwog is getting to be sick of SparkNotes, which seems to be lacking a lot of key core texts (we’re looking at you, Herodotus).  Lucky for us, we recently learned that Rap Genius’s poetry site has a section devoted to Columbia’s Core texts. Although most of them only have annotations on the first few books, there […]

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Tonight, Miller Theatre digs deep and offers us the first of its brand new series of Popup Concerts. In exchange for free beer, intimate musical times, and communitarian bonding, all we must do is sit through an hour of atonal music. Punters will be encouraged to grab a bevvie and join the instrumentalists on stage. […]

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