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Earlier this month, Barnard was listed along with 93 other colleges and universities on a list of institutions undergoing federal investigation for their handling of sexual violence reports.  As part of a continuing response, SGA held an open forum today and Bwogger Henry Litwhiler attended. In response to the investigation, Barnard SGA organized a community discussion […]

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In the interest of full disclosure, Bwog has reformulated our Standards and Practices. As a publication we aim to honestly report events without bias or judgment and these new practices reflect that aim. These standards are formed with consideration given heavily to and adapted from the Society of Professional Journalists’ Code of Ethics, a group […]

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In a press release this evening, the Coalition Against Sexual Violence has released a list of comprehensive reforms they’d like to see made with respect to the sexual assault policy here at Columbia. This comes after yesterday’s community forum in Lerner where participants were asked to make policy suggestions and proposal edits. The proposals constitute […]

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A group of  students entered the office of the president in Low Library this morning and read a letter to the President’s Deputy Chief of Staff demanding an end to Columbia University’s roughly $8 million dollar investment in the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) and other companies involved in the private prison industry.   The […]

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