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This article is Guest Writer Spencer Davimos‘s precautious attempt to veer Columbia away from entering its Joker arc.

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On Thursday morning, Columbia President Lee Bollinger announced he will step down at the end of the 2022–23 academic year.

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This afternoon, President Bollinger announced that the university will begin assisting students and scholars that have been displaced by the war in Ukraine.

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University administration announced this afternoon that 2022 Commencement will take place in-person on May 18 on Columbia’s Morningside campus. Additionally, the Classes of 2020 and 2021 will both be recognized in an in-person ceremony the following day. 

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President Bollinger released a statement on the Supreme Court’s decision to examine a challenge to affirmative action cases.

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On the 20th anniversary of the attacks on September 11, 2001, we at Bwog stand with the victims and their families.

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President Lee Bollinger announced preliminary plans for Columbia University’s Spring semester today. Classes will remain largely virtual or hybrid, and only CC and SEAS seniors will be guaranteed on-campus housing.

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Pandemic got you down? To boost your spirits, look no further than one of many novel-length emails from PrezBo that show up unasked for in your inbox. Bwog has collected some of the most bolstering and entirely unfabricated snippets for your perusal.

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Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, Prime Minister of Malaysia,  joined Columbia’s World Leaders Forum to speak on multilateralism and rule of law. The University received criticism from pro-Israel groups on campus for this invitation of Prime Minister Mohamed, who has long been accused of holding and expressing anti-Semitic views, which became one of the hot topics during […]

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The new Manhattanville campus, aka PrezBo’s baby, is swallowing up more and more of our beautiful city. The newest casualty: the McDonald’s at 125th street. 

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Internal editor Zoe Sottile is hoping to get something special in her stocking this year… looking at you, PrezBo. According to the Chronicle of Higher Education, in 2016, our beloved and mysterious Prezbo made a cool $3,927,961. Meanwhile, Peter Salovey, the president of Yale, made a comparatively frugal $1,282,777. Bwog set out to figure out […]

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For the last session of his annual political science lecture, Freedom of Speech and Press, University President Lee Bollinger invites the class over to a cookies-and-cider reception in his immense castle. After watching PrezBo talk civil liberties in class twice a week all semester, Bwoggers Zoe Sottile, Sarah Harty, and Sarah Kinney stopped by the […]

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