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When An Israeli Ambassador And Columbia Activists Meet Head To Head

Two days ago, a contentious uproar broke out in the area surrounding Lerner Hall as protestors and counter-protestors rallied to condemn or support the speech of Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations, Danny Danon. Prospective Bwog Writer Arielle Isack was present at the event and reports on her experience during the polarizing address. On Monday […]

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LectureHop: Symposium On Displaced Scholars

This Monday, a panel of experts on the topic of displaced scholars gathered in Low Library to discuss how institutions of higher learning around the globe can support scholars in war torn regions whose work has been endangered. Although not quite as popular as Ralph Nader’s speech on why we need to dispose of our […]

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Chuck Norris Vs Communism

No, Chuck Norris didn’t actually fight communists, pistols blazing in both hands. But the infiltration of Western media into the Soviet bloc definitely helped to fan anti-communist dispositions. Staff writer Gabrielle Kloppers writes about the recent documentary, Chuck Norris v Communism, and its effects on communist Romania. For many Columbia students, movies represent an escape from […]

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Literary SymposiumHop: The Muslim Protagonist

Columbia sure does know how to put on a good show as demonstrated by the annual “The Muslim Protagonist” hosted by the Columbia Muslim Students’ Assocition. Knowing it would be quite the event, Bwog sent symposium guru Fainan Lakha to this year’s symposium to see what it was all about. Last weekend Columbia hosted what—for […]

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Lecture Hop: World Leaders Forum on Women’s Work-Life Balance

Sometimes Bwog can’t get enough feminism.  And by that, we mean generally speaking insofar as feminism means being a DSpar fangirl and Bwog’s role within the walls of a women’s college.  On occasion, Bwog does find some feminism on the other side of Broadway.  On Monday, Bwog’s resident Columbia feminist Roberta Barnett checked out a […]

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Lecture Hop: The Obama Middle East Debate

Yesterday, Low Library played host to an impassioned, rollicking debate on our two most fight-provoking intellectually stimulating topics: Obama and the Middle East. International correspondent Brit Byrd ventured into the scene to report. Last night’s Obama Middle East Debate, hosted by Turath, the Arab Students Organization, certainly presented a variety of views and opinions, but audience […]

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Lecture Hop: The Japanese Iron Chef

Yesterday, legendary Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto and Jordan Sand, chair of Georgetown’s Japanese History Department, teamed up to help give the rest of the world a taste of what it means to be a master culinary artist. Bwog’s resident authority on all things edible/Closeted Iron Chef fan, freshman Bijan Samareh, was in attendance to give […]

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