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Last year, you saw Raising the Bar for the first time. For the first time at a bar, you actually learned something you can remember the next day write home about. Fifty lectures were given at fifty bars in one night. Yesterday was the second rendition. We interviewed one of the organizers, Yuli Luvish, to learn more about […]

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Would you like to make your drinking habits more scholarly? Tonight is Raising the Bar’s latest event “Knowledge Meets Beer”–different lectures are being held at different bars all across the city, so if you bought tickets, be sure to go check it out. Each talk starts at 7:30 pm, and the topics range from analyzing the […]

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Just one of the many lecturers taking part in the new Raising the Bar program, Professor Andrew Ross of NYU spoke about economic issues Tuesday night. Economics enthusiast Dani Lopez attended the lecture and reports on her thoughts from the night. When I heard I would have the opportunity to discuss pressing economic issues over […]

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Bwogger Tatini Mal-Sarkar takes us to a dimly lit Chelsea bar on a gloomy Tuesday evening. She’s there to hear Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Tina Frühauf speak on the deep relationship between food and music in her talk titled, “‘You’re the Cream in My Coffee’: A Toast to Music and Food” which sounds pleasant to […]

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