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SGA Talks To BOSS

This week’s SGA got BOSSY, indicating once again they are really going to try and get things done. Bwogger Dassi Karp covered the the range of issues presented, from lack of diversity within courses to dessert freedom for all.  At this week’s meeting of the Student Government Association, the members of our fearless Barnard Rep […]

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SGA Is Good At Student Governing

Once again, SGA revealed its capacity to get things done. Despite starting late and running long, members at this week’s Rep Council meeting heard from two student groups, voted on election guidelines and endowment proposals, and–our favorite–discussed the most recent Desserts After Dark results. First, members of the Black, Latinx, and Indigenous Constituencies under the […]

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LectureHop: Lydia Davis On Translation

On Tuesday night in 413 Dodge, Susan Bernofsky, director of Literary Translation at Columbia (LTAC), held a conversation with Lydia Davis.  At a Columbia Summer Program in high school, Alexandra Svokos was told to read Davis, fell in love, and natch was there on Tuesday. There’s no way to say it without sounding pretentious: I […]

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