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Dido Of Idaho Entertains At Barnard’s Glicker-Milstein Theater

Barnard’s Glicker-Milstein Theater hosted a reading of the Core-Curriculum-friendly play Dido of Idaho last night, and Bwog sent first-year Sarah Kinney to tell you about it. Last night, the New York Stage & Film (NYSAF) Company performed a reading of Dido of Idaho at Barnard’s Glicker-Milstein Blackbox Theater. Dido of Idaho, written by Abby Rosebrock, is […]

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LectureHop: Kicking Off Romare Bearden’s “A Black Odyssey”

Just in case you slept through the NSOP LitHum lecture, you’re in SEAS, or you’re not a freshman, Hannah Kramer went on her own odyssey to learn more about Romare Bearden’s exhibition, “A Black Odyssey,” by reporting on the first of his lectures, “The Sirens Song: Women and Gender in Bearden and Homer If you […]

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PSA: Deadline To Drop Core Class Is 5 PM!

Remember when myBarnard almost dropped everyone’s classes? Yea? Today, if you have bad professors, shitty lecture sections, or otherwise crappy classes that you don’t want anymore, feel free to drop them…but of your own volition. Make your changes before 5 pm, because that’s CC’s deadline for adding, dropping or changing sections of a Core class. For […]

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Core Reflections Deadline Pushed Back One Week

Have you been feeling reflective about the Core? Feel like some work of humanities has inspired you so deeply that you’re willing to submit a piece of work for the chance at $200? Were you really busy recently but aren’t anymore? Then you should be partying like it’s 1999 because the deadline for Core Reflections […]

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LH@75: Literature Humanities in the Digital Age

Bwog sent Literature Lover Zach Hendrickson to check out LitHum’s 75 birthday party. LH@75 (otherwise known as #LitHum75 #technology #coreofmyexistence #giveusyourmoney #we’re hip #hashtags) was an event that simultaneously acknowledged the frailty of a liberal arts education in today’s world while affirming its position as a vital institution at Columbia and the world at large. […]

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From the Archives: Spoiler Alert

Still cramming for LitHum and CC? Did you fall asleep last night before you could finish reading Crime and Punishment? Bwog is here to help with another oldie-but-goodie from reading periods past. It all began when Bwog overheard this conversation: Freshman Girl: Hey, so how did Pride and Prejudice end? Freshman Boy: Oh, they get […]

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Classroom Courtesy: A Primer

You’re going to class today! Learn how to not be “that guy” in LitHum. It’s the first day of school, folks! Savor the crackling sound of creasing book binds and the strong scent of newly sharpened pencils. Freshpeople, Bwog can’t believe you kids are already starting classes. It was only last week you were collecting […]

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Spoiler Alert!

It all began when Bwog overheard this conversation: Freshman Girl: Hey, so how did Pride and Prejudice end? Freshman Boy: Oh, they get married. FG: Really? Like her and Darcy? FB: Like yeah. How did you get into this school anyway? We realized that many of you Freshman and Sophomore types might not have had […]

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