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The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and the planet is warming. Celebrate Earth Day on April 22 with some climate-awareness and activism events!

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March is Women’s History Month! Celebrate with the women’s-rights-centered events happening on campus this week. Here at Bwog, we do our best to bring your attention to important guest lecturers and special events on campus. If you have a correction or addition, let us know in the comments or email events@bwog.com.

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Bwog gets pixelated in this week’s EEOC. Here at Bwog, we do our best to bring your attention to important guest lecturers and special events on campus. If you have a correction or addition, let us know in the comments or email events@bwog.com.

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This past Tuesday, Staff Writer Ava Slocum finally got to go see one of the film screenings for the Columbia Maison Française’s series Mauvais Genres: French Cinema Takes On Gender. She attended the screening and Q&A for Ladies of the Wood (2021), directed by Claus Drexel, soon to have its theatrical release in France.

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In a debate hosted by the Columbia Maison Française, panelists attempted to determine whether Europe is a democracy, exploring what defines democracy and if there is a difference between the words “democracy” and “democratic.” 

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Formerly-fluent-in-French Bwogger Alan Wang attended a dialogue on modern tolerance in French and American communities.

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Bwogger Eliza Staples attended A French Family: from the Caribbean to Dunkirk by way of Algeria – A Talk by Audrey Celestine on Tuesday night at the Maison Française.

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Last night, Maison Francaise brought in some accomplished environmentalists to talk. Energy expert Max Rettig reports on what he heard.  Two years ago, French economist Thomas Piketty published a ground-breaking book, Capital in the Twenty-First Century, about wealth inequality throughout the world. In it, he touched on natural capital only briefly. On Tuesday night in […]

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French fanatic and fastidious Bwogger Rachel Deal brings coverage of French hip hop, with an emphasis on both hips and hopping. Last Thursday evening, The Maison Française hosted a talk about French Moves, a book by Felicia McCarren on urban dance practices of minorities in France. The speakers were McCarren herself, who is a French professor at […]

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Bwog’s new Constable of Culture, Kyra Bloom, spreads the word on arts-related events in the area, whether for your hot date or an evening alone. If you’d like us to know about a certain happening for next week, email events@bwog.com. Ongoing A free pair of tickets to any show at The Living Room. It’s a race, […]

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In which Grace Akinrinade exchanges tea bags with the area’s French elite. Amongst a crowd of mostly fluent French speaking people, it’s easy to feel out of place–but this group makes putting people at ease a high priority.  “Voulez-vous une tasse du thé?” Madeline Compagnon, C ’10, asked, holding a tea bag in her hand […]

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