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Thursday morning, Poet Claudia Rankine discussed her book of poetry, Citizen: An American Lyric, in the context of 2021.

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Each month, The Blue and White publishes two pages of poetry! Here is our last Measure for Measure. As you can see, they are very nice poems. However, they are by senior editor Torsten Odland. And while we like publishing his poetry—we have published a poem of his below, after the jump—we would also like […]

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Button your buttons, shine your shoes! There’s culture all around, and it’s pretty fun too. Our Arts Editor Kyra Bloom brings it all to you.  Tonight Grupo Quisqueyano is sponsoring an Afrobeats Dance Workshop tonight at 6 pm in Barnard Hall, Studio 1.  The event is in honor of the beginning of Black History Month […]

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On Monday night, those with a taste for the finer things in life gathered for a poetry reading by Nick Laird and Timothy Donnelly. Both men have done the seemingly impossible: they have made careers out of poetry (*gasp!). Bwog’s master of rhythm and rhyme, Claire Friedman, reports. I arrived slightly late and had to […]

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Last week, Columbia associate professor Timothy Donnelly won the Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award, one of the most prestigious prizes awarded to contemporary poets. Not only does the award identify Donnelly as a rising star in the world of contemporary poetry, but also bestows him with $100,000, an enormous sum for a mid-career poet in today’s […]

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