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In what might be the next best thing to having famous basketball folk on campus at random times during the year, the LA Lakers gave the Columbia Dance Marathon a nice little shout-out video. The marathon ran from the 23-24th this weekend.

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Event: Fall Fest

Bwog was tipped to watch out on Low Plaza for Fall-themed events from 1-5: Come celebrate the season on Low Plaza tomorrow afternoon at CU’s first-ever FALL FEST, sponsored by Columbia-Barnard buildOn and Columbia Students for International Service! Get excited for **autumnal treats & refreshments, live acoustic music, and goofy Halloween booths** courtesy of various […]

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As reported a few weeks ago, SIPA professor Prabhjot Singh was attacked in a hate crime.  Many of you were interested in finding an organization to support in response to the attack.  We reached out to Professor Singh and, after a deluge of emails, press conferences, more press, and calls of support, he was able […]

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Toby Milstein, BC’14 and EIC of Her Campus Barnard, like many of us, was extremely upset by the shooting in Aurora this summer.  Instead of just posting a Facebook status about her horror and sitting non-comprehendingly, however, she took action and started a campaign, combining politics with her love for fashion.  She designed and produced a […]

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