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Spreading Cheer With CCSC

CCSC Bureau Chief returns for his final post of the semester, focusing heavily on holiday spirit, the tireless efforts of our elected officials, and the ongoing frenzy that is the room where it happens.

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GSSC Discusses Life-Saving Drugs And Graphic Design

GSSC Bureau Chief Cole Gengos provides the essential details of this week’s GSSC meeting in this weekly update. Curious about the new Columbia health insurance plan? Excited about Naloxone training? Like reading about financial allocation? You’ve come to the right post…

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A Welcome Return to CCSC

CCSC Bureau Chief Adam Kluge returns with his usual commentary on all things cupcakes, conviviality, and Columbia College, reporting directly from the room where it happens.

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The Hangover: CCSC Post-Homecoming

CCSC Bureau Chief Adam Kluge returns, now entirely dependent on cold pizza and Advil to get him through midterm season, to report on the comings and goings in the room where icons are made.

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As Seen From My Bed: A CCSC Update

CCSC Bureau Chief Adam Kluge returns for another update on the comings and goings of the Columbia College Student Council, relying on coffee and phone calls with his mother to guide him through midterms.

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The Start Of Spooky Season With CCSC

CCSC Bureau Chief Adam Kluge ushers in the start of Spooky Season with his usual commentary on all things Columbia College, as well as a brief musing on Halloween cinema.

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Halloween Parties And Discounted Sweaters: A Trip To GSSC

CCSC Bureau Chief Adam Kluge crosses the political aisle for the week, exploring the various happenings within the General Studies Student Council. If you can do the job better, apply to be the new GSSC Bureau Chief!

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Rwandan President Paul Kagame Returns To Columbia, Addresses Criticism And Progress

On Thursday, September 26th, Rwandan President Paul Kagame attended President Bollinger’s annual World Leaders Forum. This forum offers students the chance to hear preeminent global figures and to be exposed to different viewpoints. Deputy Science Editor Sarah Braner attended. 

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Ciencia, Política Y Sexo: Science, Politics, And Sex

On Monday evening, Víctor Mora Gaspar from the Autonomous University of Madrid spoke (in Spanish) at Barnard College about the suppression of homosexuality and all queer identities during Spain’s dictatorship in the mid-1900s. New Bwogger Isabel Ocampo attended the event titled, “Ciencia, Política y Sexo,” or “Science, Politics, and Sex,” for those non-multilinguals out there. […]

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Ann Coulter Performs Adequately As Campus Activists Stay Home

Deputy Editor Zack Abrams was present last night at CUCR’s latest speaker event, a debate between conservative pundit Ann Coulter and political blogger Mickey Kaus, moderated by TV showrunner Rob Long.  The Columbia University College Republicans had promised an exciting debate between Ann Coulter and blogger Mickey Kaus. What we got, however, was two friends debating […]

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Bucketlist: Xi, Stalin And Tibet

Bucket List represents the intellectual privilege we enjoy as Columbia students. We do our very best to bring to your attention important guest lecturers and special events on campus. If you notice any events that have been left off the list, or have a correction to make, please leave them in the comments. Recommended: Decadents […]

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Bucketlist: Geopolitical Crisis, Phallus And Activism

Bucket List represents the intellectual privilege we enjoy as Columbia students. We do our very best to bring to your attention important guest lecturers and special events on campus. Our recommendations for this extremely busy reading week are below. If you notice any events that have been left off the list, or have a correction to […]

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The Counterrevolution: How Our Government Went To War Against Its Own Citizens

On Tuesday evening, Bwogger Jake Tibbetts made his way to the Maison Française East Gallery to listen to Professor Bernard Harcourt discuss his new book, The Counterrevolution: How Our Government Went to War Against Its Own Citizens, with fellow political theorists Seyla Benhabib of Yale University and Uday Singh Mehta of the City University of New […]

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A Talk With Her Excellency Doris Leuthard, President Of Switzerland

Each year, during the meetings of the United Nations General Assembly plenary, Columbia invites various international figures to speak in our hallowed halls. This series of discussions, often attended and moderated by President Bollinger himself, is known as the World Leaders Forum. Covering one of the first events, neophyte writer Sam Baron recounts his experience listening […]

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Senior Wisdom: Ariella Hohl

What’s cooler than being cool? Being a multi-cultural badass with a thing for parties and politics. Ariella dishes some dope advice and interesting personal tidbits in the process. Read on! Name, School, Major, Hometown: Ariella G. Hohl, GS, Middle Eastern Studies, São Paulo, Brazil Claim to fame: The girl who left campus one summer as […]

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