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Follow Your Dreams: IDF Edition

After graduating from Columbia last year, Adam May, CC ’11, headed to Israel to volunteer in the Israel Defense Forces. On his blog, he chronicled his journey through basic training and assignment into Dover Tzahal, the Army’s media division. Now, he works as a military journalist, writing articles about the IDF for an international audience. Bwog: […]

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Free Food: Noms Fix All The World’s Problems

Achilles teaches us that sometimes you just have to break bread with your enemy. And though none of us are out to get each other—except for whoever took Bwog’s place in SCUBA class, that hurts bro—we all like to eat a bit of grub when we’re talking about serious issues. Hence, Pro Israel Progressives is […]

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LectureHop: Israel Holds Itself Accountable

Last night, Pro-Israel Progressives, a relatively new Jewish student group on campus, decided to sit down with Uri Zaki, Director of the USA Office of the Human Rights organization B’Tselem, to discuss Israel’s human rights violations. Bwog sent over our Wonder Watchwoman Briana Last to report on the discussion, “Human Rights in the Occupied Territories,” […]

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