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Fireside Feminism

Last night, DSpar and SGA joined forces to host a Fireside Chat with the woman who pretty much has it all but wants you to know it’s ok if you don’t.  Luckless lottery loser Kyra Bloom sat in and listened up.  Tomorrow we’ll be posting The Blue and White’s review of DSpar’s new book. Admittedly, I volunteered […]

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Barnard-Columbia V-Day, the group that organizes an annual production of The Vagina Monologues on campus, has decided that the cast for this year’s production will be made up of the stories of self-identified women of color. The announcement was accompanied by a statement which explained the ideas of allyship and empowerment which shaped the decision: […]

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