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Erika Avallone, Bwog Staff Writer, attended the final event of this fall’s Writers at Barnard. Led by Creative Writing Director Jhumpa Lahiri, alumna and author Idra Novey gave a reading of her newest book, “Take What You Need,” and engaged in inquisitive conversation. 

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On April 19, Barnard announced that the celebrated author and alumna will be joining the faculty as Director of Creative Writing.

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On Wednesday, November 17, Italian language writers Jhumpa Lahiri and Amara Lakhous joined the European Institute for a conversation about writing in Italian, migration/mobility, and belonging. 

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Happening Around The World: Hackers. They’re everywhere. First jet and navy data was stolen from Australia, now it’s been reported that North Korea’s hacking abilities are “beyond imagination”  after it stole secret intelligence documents yesterday. Might be time to put that tape on your computer camera. (BBC, ABC) Happening In The US: Donald Trump has just […]

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