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Bwog sat down with the creators of the Instagram page @weloveprezbae, a fan account for Barnard President Sian Beilock.

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Managing Editor Caroline Mullooly was pleased to interview Hyphenated America founders and CU graduates Sophia Houdaigui and Maria Castillo.

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Internal Editor Aditi Misra spoke with rapper Farrell Garcon, CC’21, about how his childhood inspired his songwriting, the Haitian influences in music, and what we can expect from the talented artist in the future.

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Senior Staff Writer Ruby Mustill speaks with friend, master chef, and Precisionist painter Isobel Shaffer—the self-proclaimed Walmart Edward Hopper—about her art.

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Internal Editor Aditi spoke with producer Payton Johnson, CC ‘21, on breaking into music, Columbia’s influence on his projects, and how his cultural identity connects to his beats.

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GSSC Bureau Chief Charlotte Slovin speaks with Shaun Abreu, Columbia College graduate and current candidate for City Council District 7.

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Editor-in-Chief Lauren Kahme sat down with the creators of DormMatch, an application that helps connect students on campus, over spring break.

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Managing Editor Eva Sher and SGA Bureau Chief Eliza Staples had the opportunity to sit down with Marti Cummings, one of the candidates running to represent District 7.

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PeopleHop: The Wall

Senior Staff Writer Henry Golub interviews a wall.

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While sipping on apple cider in Professor Nancy Workman’s office, Bwogger Donna Qi engaged in a symposium with her professor on all things LitHum!

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To inaugurate the start of housing selection, Bwog presents a brief interview with the group with the highest lottery number for In-Person Selection: 30/8. 

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Columbia First-Year Henry Williams and his friend David Oks, still a senior in high school, recently recruited Mike Gravel, an 88-year old retired Senator (CC ’56), to run for President in 2020 after hearing about him on the leftist podcast Chapo Trap House. Gravel’s Twitter got 35k followers in less than two weeks. Yes, really. 

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This spring, GS senior Pawel Maslag was awarded the Campbell Award, which “recognizes exceptional leadership and Columbia spirit.” But that’s arguably Pawel’s least exciting accomplishment. From running across the country to being a trained WWE wrestler to serving on the Presidential Advisory Committee on Sexual Assault, Pawel has accomplished more in his 20-some years than […]

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