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On Friday, September 23, Columbia Global Centers | Rio de Janeiro, Columbia World Projects (CWP), and Obama Foundation Scholar Alumni brought together speakers and panelists to speak on the ever-changing standards of spirituality, technology, finance, and civic action in regard to climate change.

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Welcome back to Science Fair, Bwog’s weekly roundup of science events happening around campus. As always, email science@bwog.com if you want your event featured.

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This Thursday, the Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a panel to demystify the Republican Party’s energy and environmental policy. Panelists Jeffrey A. Rosen, Kellie Donnelly, and James L. Connaughton summarized past GOP policy, provided insight to the party’s current platforms, and gave recommendations for the future.

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Welcome back to Science Fair, Bwog’s weekly roundup of science events happening around campus. As always, email science@bwog.com if you want your event featured.

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Guest Writer Siria Solorio explores how mankind’s vain quest for meaning and symbolism has significantly neglected our planet and left her in critical condition. If we are to ensure life remains on this planet, then we must learn to rekindle our reverence for nature and engage with our universe through scientific literacy.

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On Wednesday, Staff Writer Charlie Bonkowsky attended the colloquium “Moving Closer to a Detection of nHz-frequency Gravitational Waves with NANOGrav,” by Scott Ransom, a founder of the NANOGrav project.

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There’s never shame in asking for help.

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Staff Writer Sydney Wells attended Art & Science in Archaeological Illustration, an exhibit and reception this Tuesday in Schermerhorn Hall.

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Welcome back to Science Fair, Bwog’s weekly roundup of science events happening around campus. As always, email science@bwog.com if you want your event featured.

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The Infodemic: How Censorship and Lies Made the World Sicker and Less Free, a book newly published by Columbia Global Reports, sparked an invigorating conversation.

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Welcome back to Science Fair, Bwog’s weekly roundup of science events happening around campus. As always, email science@bwog.com if you want your event featured.

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Welcome back to Science Fair, Bwog’s weekly roundup of science events happening around campus. As always, email science@bwog.com if you want your event featured.

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Welcome back to Science Fair, Bwog’s weekly roundup of science events happening around campus. As always, email science@bwog.com if you want your event featured.

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Welcome back to Science Fair, Bwog’s weekly roundup of science events happening around campus. As always, email science@bwog.com if you want your event featured.

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