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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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Your favorite undergraduate literary magazine The Blue and White will be having our weekly meeting tonight at 9pm in the crypt of St. Paul’s Chapel. We’ll be finalizing content for the December issue, so come to pitch or pick up a piece. To get you excited about the new issue, on campus this week, here’s a […]

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As long as schools like Columbia champion the “sink-or-swim” school of language instruction, you will inevitably come into contact with, whether in fulfilling your requirement or just being intellectually curious, the Language Professor Who Does Not Speak English. This professor can exist in any language department. The idea of this professor is that you are […]

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Overseas Bwog correspondent Nick Frisch found this gem of a translation in People’s Square, Shanghai, China. Quoth the adventurer: “Want to make a lot of money in China? Forget econ; just major in English.”

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