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Pee In Peace Potluck!

Tonight at 7:30pm in Lerner 569, GendeRevolution is hosting their “Pee in Peace” Potluck.  Bwog approves of all that alliteration! The event is celebrating the near-completion of new gender neutral bathrooms on Columbia and Barnard’s campuses. All attendees and co-sponsoring groups are invited to bring food beginning with the letter ‘P.’  Other exciting things: GendeRevolution will […]

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Free Food!

Head over to the 2nd floor of the Diana at 5:00 PM for a Potluck dinner, courtesy of Barnard Ecoreps. And this isn’t just a grab and go. The EcoReps will discuss “how we got into such an oily mess in the Gulf, what the ecological impacts really are, and what the spill and clean-up […]

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Magazine Preview: Geography Is Destiny

Though the process for selecting next year’s housing begins in earnest next week, students who are part of special interest communities already know where they will be living this fall. Those locations—whether they be brownstones or a singles in Wien—play a large role in determining the lifecycles of these student groups, for in special interest […]

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