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Bwoglines: Beckys Of The World Edition

Moved to ecstasy by his adoration for Bruce Springsteen, corrupt and buffoon-like NJ Governor Chris Christie busted a few moves at a recent concert. The air drums and air guitar are the least of it. (Time) If you’re white, bearded, and skinny: watch out! Shia LaBeouf hunters are on the loose, and attacked one New […]

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Creating the Urban Canvas: Land Art On A Brooklyn Street Corner

A pretty daunting (and equivocal) title, eh? Strange titles don’t intimidate us! Last night we sent new staffer Raji Ganapathy all the way to Knox Hall to check out this art talk co-sponsored by the Columbia Center for Oral History Research and the Oral History Master of Arts Program. Here are her thoughts. As I […]

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Speaking With Emma Sulkowicz

Today Taylor Grasdalen met with Emma Sulkowicz to discuss her Visual Arts senior thesis and the attention it has received. Emma Sulkowicz is exhausted. The average college dorm-issue mattress weighs fifty pounds, and she’s been carrying hers around Columbia University for four days. But she is not without help: many passersby recognize and offer to […]

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Bwoglines: Hold Up Edition

Early criticism of Obamacare’s consequences on working families might be premature; such consequences couldn’t possibly be realized until it all actually goes into effect. Would it really be a “job killer”? (The Washington Post) (NY Daily News) CVS won’t be selling cigarettes anymore as they further expand their in-store clinics. They don’t play around. (Los Angeles Times) […]

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The Making of a Little Monster

This past Sunday, Kate Eberstadt (CC ’14) performed with Lady Gaga in “Applause,” directed by Bob Wilson. After working with Wilson on avant garde theater at the Watermill Center International Program, she was invited to work on Gaga’s opening performance. Experimental art enthusiast Julia Goodman reports. How long have you been acting? I’ve technically been […]

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