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In the post-Bacchanal haze, Editor in Chief Sahmaya Busby and Senior Staff Writer Paulina Rodriguez got the scoop from Ava, a dedicated fan noticed by the festival’s headliner.

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Daily Editor Nikita Nambiar sat down with Anne Sappenfield (BC ‘25)  and August Mars Lange (BC ‘25), the directors of an upcoming shadow cast production of the Rocky Horror Picture Show, which will take place this Monday and Tuesday. 

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Editor-in-Chief Kyle Murray, Managing Editor Elijah Knodell, and Deputy News Editor Emma Burris met with the acclaimed author and journalist Malcolm Gladwell to discuss his findings from an investigation into the Columbia U.S. News Scandal.

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Arts Editor Grace Novarr sat down for an interview with Arielle Friedman (GS ’25), who co-directed and starred in the short film Immutable Uncertainties. The film is being featured in the Lower East Side Film Festival on May 7th. Arielle and her co-director Lucy Blumenfield (CC ’23) are also co-founders of Fazed Films, a production […]

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Last week, Senior Staff Writer Lillian Rountree spoke with Professor Michael Thaddeus about the state of the University administration, faculty empowerment and disempowerment, and the place of tenure and academic freedom in these debates at Columbia.

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On Thursday, April 20, Staff Writer Alison Hog had a conversation with Peruvian-American novelist, audio journalist, and Columbia professor Daniel Alarcón.

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On Tuesday, April 18, Deputy News Editor Emma Burris spoke with President Beilock to reflect on her time at Barnard.

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Staff Writer Emma Burris spots fellow Bwogger Paul McCartney mourning the death of beloved friend John Lennon at the Strawberry Fields memorial in Central Park.

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Bwog Staff writers Viviana Pereyo and Maya Reisner met with the two co-creators of this campus-wide phenomenon to unearth the inner workings of the famous Columbia Ten Dollar Posters.

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This week, Deputy Events Editor Julia Tolda and Deputy Editor Lillian Rountree had a conversation with Pulitzer Prize for Fiction finalist and Adjunct Associate Professor Elif Batuman.

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Daily Editor Elizabeth Walker interviews Layla Faraj about her experience writing and publishing her winning essay, “My Plea for a Second Love Language.”

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Bwog Staff Writer Gigi Silla sits down with Christina Li (CC ‘24) to chat about opening Bacchanal, the singer’s love of live music and storytelling, and finding her voice in the early stages of her career.

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Bwog talked with two recipients of Columbia’s Scholarship for Displaced Students, Sara Wahedi and Dr. Ajmal Sabawoon, about their experiences at Columbia, their fields of study, and their respective journeys to the University.

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