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“You Are Extraordinary. You Are Gamechangers.”

Bwogger Eliza Staples attends a panel featuring three illustrious female journalists working in the Middle East, whose stories are featured in the new collection of essays, Our Women on the Ground.

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Trading Faces

As announced last month in a press release, the J-School has been undergoing a little nip/tuck to bear a famous name. While the official reveal is slated for 4/20, we snuck an early peek:

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LectureHop: Stone Keeps Rolling

Less than ten minutes into his lecture in the Journalism School’s Joseph Pulitzer World Room on Thursday night, Eric Bates called out the elephant in the room. “It’s really not possible to get together in a room full of journalists anymore without talking about the profession itself,” the executive editor of Rolling Stone admitted. Standing […]

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Bucket List: Political Reform, Financial Reform, and More Political Reform

Bucket List represents the unbelievable intellectual privilege we enjoy as Columbia students. We do our very best to bring to your attention important guest lecturers and special events on campus. Our recommendations for this week are below and the full list is after the jump. Recommended “The Idea of Political Reform in Today’s China” Monday, February […]

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The J-School Loves the Man, Tries to Save the Empire

Did you know that times are tough for journalists? Fear not, though, for, as The New York Times reported yesterday, the Journalism School has issued a rallying cry to save struggling newspapers across the country.   In the J-School commissioned report, “The Reconstruction of American Journalism,” Leonard Downie Jr., former executive editor of the Washington Post […]

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I Spy…Oh, Wait. Not That Guy

Two pieces of good news came in over the official Bwog wire this afternoon.  First, the first Mac Gray trucks have been spotted about campus after the Great Laundry Flex outage of 2009. Flex readers in laundry rooms all over campus have been out since just before the start of the semester, but as of […]

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J-Cafe Opens Today

Journalists and hippies alike may rejoice on this, the opening day of the Journalism School cafe. Nothing but the combination of news tickers on the wall, various 1960’s references on the menu, and cheaper-than-in-Starbucks Starbucks coffee could bring so many happy lunchers here on opening day. After moving through a short, fast-moving line, Bwog was […]

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Columbia J-School Prof on “Star Trek” Phenomenon

Have you heard about this new movie? We think it’s called something like, “Star Trek”? In case you missed the $50 million marketing campaign that has included everything from fast-food “Kingons” to Trek-themed Eggo waffles, the New York Times gave you another chance to join in the hype this weekend with an op-ed from Columbia […]

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AltSpec: Potpourri

At the Double Discovery center, they confirm and reconfirm that dating abuse is just not okay. Our pediatric neuroscience department was managed by a fraudster.  John Bzdil pleaded guilty on Tuesday for defrauding Columbia for $180,000 used for personal expenses. Miller Theatre has a “new” director.  Granted, she was the acting director since October. A […]

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Old School J-School

 –Photo via masternewmedia.org The J-School just got bitch-slapped by recent campus visitor/Entertainment Weekly founding editor Jeff Jarvis. For its new blog The Local, the New York Times decided to partner with the City University of New York, where Jarvis is head of interactive journalism, instead of Columbia. Oh snap! As New York Magazine reported, the […]

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LectureHop: Strangely Optimistic Joanna Coles

Bwog Print Devotee Chloe Eichler was in the audience when Joanna Coles, editor-in-chief of Marie Claire and straight-faced Tilda Swinton doppelganger, visited the Journalism School on Thursday to offer thoughts on her chosen medium. Despite calling print media “an absolutely terrible market to get into,” Coles was confident that newspapers and magazines would stay alive. […]

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The J-School is All About the Benjamins

Media mogul John Kluge (who you may remember gave CC a ridiculous amount of money) has announced that he will subsidize yet another of Columbia’s fine institutions–the Journalism School.  A paltry $20 million of his 400 mil gift to the university will go to finishing the J-school’s $100 million Second Century campaign.  The money also […]

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Obamacain Full Schedule

Our new friends at this J-School blog have spotted a TV schedule for tonight’s forum on one of the trailers on Broadway. Industrious aspiring journalists that they are, they have summarized the preliminary order of events. What you need to know: The candidates will not speak until 8 p.m. (McCain) and 9 p.m. (Obama) respectively. […]

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QuickSpec: Early transactions

Do you increase Columbia’s net worth?  Or should the admissions officer have accepted Joe State in your place? Capitalism: keeping America on top!  What’s that you say China?  You are going to launch the Bird Nest into space? Money: keeping the J-School on top!  But are there going to be any newspapers left? Manhattanville’s consumer […]

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While we’re announcing things…

Bwog just got shut out of the Journalism School auditorium where they’re formally handing out the medals, but the Pulitzer Prize committee has just announced its winners, each recieving a cool $10 grand.

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