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History almost repeats itself, and not in a good way. Editor’s Warning: Mentions of Death

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Staff Writer and perennial Dune fan Boluwatife Oshuntolu attempts to explain the monolith of a book without seeming rude.

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In the last installment of CU Alumni Movies, Bwogger Miyoki Walker has decided to cover the heartthrob of the moment, the final boss of Columbia Alumni: Timothée Chalamet. 

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Not sure how to spend your weekend? How about watching Jenny Slate’s entire filmography?

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 In another installment of CU alumni movies, senior staff writer Miyoki Walker watched a ton of Jake Gyllenhaal movies for no reason other than to stare at his pretty face for hours and hours. 

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Without her biweekly-movie-theater visit, Bwogger Miyoki Walker feels lost. In efforts to find some direction during this ongoing nightmare, she’s decided to spend all of her time watching movies featuring Columbia alumni. 

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Bwog Staffer Amrita Banerji attended The Athena Festival’s screening of Carmen y Lola at 9 pm on February 29th at the Lehman Auditorium, directed by Arantxa Echevarría and produced by Arantxa Echevarría and Pilar Sánchez Díaz. It stars Rosy Rodriguez as Carmen, and  Zaira Morales as Lola.

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Donna Qi unpacks one of her favorite movies ever in Bwog’s Movie Club! 

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You may have heard that a new movie featuring Barnard alum Greta Gerwig, BC ’06, was recently released in theaters. We sent Daily Editor Betsy Ladyzhets to check out Mistress America and see if it’s worth you spending your money on a ticket. In the past couple of months, there have been two movies after […]

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Tonight the initiative that brings you tons of free food, live music and other fun events around campus, Live at Lerner, opens its Fall season with a screening of Pitch Perfect tonight at 8 pm on Ancel Plaza. For those of you who aren’t hip with the a capella kids, Pitch Perfect stars one of […]

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Be on the lookout for the November and December issues of The Blue & White, on campus this week everywhere you look in Butler. As we always have done, Bwog will honor our heritage/amorous affair with our mother magazine by posting features from the upcoming issue. Below, Tom Humphreys asks a very important question: who […]

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Filming for The Longest Week, a film starring Jason Bateman, Olivia Wilde, Billy Crudup, and our very own Jenny Slate (!) and to be released in 2012, is taking place on 116th and Claremont today until 5pm. The plot summary on IMDB, which pretty convincingly suggests that this production won’t win any awards, reads: “Affluent and […]

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Because Antoine Dodson is getting his own show! Bwog predicts several new techno remixes to follow. (NY Daily News) And, kids these days are getting high on bath salts! No, seriously! (Gawker) And also, there are primates on College Walk! Well, not exactly. But there were. Sort of. One 2011 Sundance documentary explores the experience […]

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Have you ever noticed how time seems to run so much more slowly when you’re not drinking 9 cups of coffee a day and putting half of that energy into being passively aggressive? Bwoglines leisurely returns with a first installment: a feast of not-strictly-topical links, and context—something we all wish we had more time for. […]

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