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Barnard College instituted a new “Policy for Safe Campus Demonstrations,” effective February 19. The policy details the protocol for scheduling and holding demonstrations on campus.

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Christian Stohler, DMD, DrMedDent, will end his tenure as Dean of the College of Dental Medicine and Senior Vice President of Columbia University Irving Medical Center at the end of this month.

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McDonalds meets Sonic meets Starbucks?

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Gillian Lester will end her tenure as Dean of Columbia Law School at the end of the 2023-2024 academic year, but will return to full time teaching  as a member of the Faculty of Law. 

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In an open letter sent on November 17, elected officials urge Columbia President Minouche Shafik and Senior Executive Vice President Gerald Rosberg to reinstate Students for Justice in Palestine and BC/CU Jewish Voice for Peace for the remaining part of the semester.

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Bwog News Editor Paulina Rodriguez and Deputy News Editor Emma Burris spoke with new Barnard President Laura A. Rosenbury about her first few months in her position. 

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Interested in global politics? The war on rats? This edition of Bwoglines has you covered!

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Some greenery and community news for FWOC.

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1020, the popular bar on Amsterdam Avenue and 110th St with past allegations of sexual harassment and passivity towards underage drinking, has been repossessed. The bar’s co-owner Michael McKiernan was allegedly arrested for unrelated reasons. Editor’s warning: Article includes mentions of sexual harassment, racism. 

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This morning, Chair of the Board of Trustees Cheryl Glicker Milstein ’82, P’14 announced that Laura A. Rosenbury, Dean at University of Florida Levin College of Law, will be the new President of Barnard College.

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Barnard Vice Presidents Jomysha Delgado Stephen and Sarah Gillman announced this afternoon that Amy Zavadil, Associate Vice President for Community Accountability, Response, and Emergency Services (CARES), will step away from her role at Barnard on May 18.

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A victory for US dairy groups and all cheese lovers.

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In an email sent out this Thursday, Barnard notified the community of upcoming changes to the College’s COVID-19 policies which will eliminate surveillance testing and the vaccine mandate starting May of this year.

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In an email sent out Thursday morning, Columbia notified the community of a future shift in University COVID-19 policy which will end the vaccine mandate and no longer require affiliates to report positive test results to the University.

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The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has released its findings from an inspection on February 7 that led to the restaurant’s closure.

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