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Kingsmen and LUCHA on That Not-So-Funny Flyer

A few weeks ago, the Columbia Kingsmen, an all-male acapella group, posted provocative flyers around campus to publicize their concert. One flyer pictured a member of the group with the caption, “Rape Me.” Last night, LUCHA, a Columbia social activist organization, sent Bwog their public statement in response to the advertisement. Soon after, Lauren Herold, […]

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Border Wall on Low Plaza

Lucha, a Columbia service group, has constructed a “Border Wall” to commemorate Immigration Week. Located on Low Plaza, the wall represents the US-Mexico border.  Passersby are invited to share their thoughts by writing on the wall. Photos by Conor Skelding

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Groups Respond to Inflatable Penis Controversy, Plan Protest Outside Spec

Late-night news in “Giant Inflatable Penis-gate,” as the queer community has moved quickly to respond to the controversial editorial published in Wednesday’s Spectator. In addition to the factual errors, the editorial is also attracting controversy for alleging that Queer Awareness Month “must be sure to focus on awareness and education before revelry.” The “revelry” in […]

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To the left, to the left: New rag on campus

Lucha, the militant Latino activist group responsible for all those newsprint gravestones on College Walk yesterday, is now in newsprint:  el participante, their fashionably uncapitalized, eight-page newsletter, began distribution on Sunday. “In addition to being a way for Lucha to communicate with the activist community, we hope it can turn into a place for discussion, […]

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The Hunger Strike: Update #3209482309

So what’s it like to go six days without food? When Bwog tried asking a hunger striker earlier this afternoon, we were politely redirected to a member of the strikers’ “support team:” according to Jamie Chen, C ’09, the strikers want to “bring attention off of the hunger striking and on to the demands,” which […]

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Intercontinental Connections

A few who knew that LionPAC had reserved the Sundial for the same time that Lucha and Filasteen were planning a human wall across Low Plaza anticipated a showdown – but would have been disappointed, as the event went down without incident. About 50 people (very roughly speaking), including many of the New York Magazine […]

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Four more ye–wait, no!

Anyone remember four years ago today? No? Well, something happened–the US invaded Iraq, and since then (or so say all the tally marks posted around Low Steps this sunny afternoon), 658,441 people have died. The Dems are collecting your change to send to UNICEF earmarked for Iraqi children on the Plaza until 3:00 PM, and […]

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