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This past Thursday, Elizabeth Self, lover of all things peaceful, attended the Sustaining Peace lecture held at the Teacher’s College. Bwog is sure that there were tons of lovely and accomplished speakers present, but we zeroed in on one of our favorites: the ridiculously flawless Leymah Gbowee, who happened to be Barnard’s Commencement speaker this past […]

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A wonderful tipster has brought to our attention the very first Hawkma sighting of the year. In the early hours of this gray, foggy Saturday morning, our ethereal goddess Hawkma was spotted perched on a lamppost on South Lawn, renewing our faith as we plow through midterms (still). As always, Hawkma appeared stately, majestic, and elegant.

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Earth Week marches on! There will be free bike tune-ups and heavily discounted gear on the steps until 2. At noon in Schermerhorn 555, there will be a lecture about the bamboo bike project created by Columbia professor John Mutter…and snacks. At 6 PM, “popcorn, cookies, and other snacks” will be served at a screening […]

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