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In December, Bwog spoke with CU Tuition Strike about their demands and aspirations. After deciding not to strike in January, organizers maintain their hopes for change.

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Does anyone else miss the DIG scaffolding?

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An escaped cow made its way through Canarsie, Brooklyn yesterday before being apprehended by pedestrians.

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The fight for worker’s rights throughout the world, and—you guessed it—another severe weather event! Editor’s note: mentions of death.

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Over 96% of respondents to the ratification vote agreed to cement the Tentative Agreement, resulting in the first contract between the SWC and Columbia.

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This week is OccupyCU’s Student Week of Action. Read on for Bwog resident #Occupier Jed Bush’s report on Day Three’s speak out and Day Four’s rally and march to Union Square, the latest in our ongoing coverage of this week’s events. Thursday: Today, OccupyCU participated in a student strike in solidarity with the OWS Day of Action, whose aims […]

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Columbia professors have been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in the journalism, law, philosophy and geography categories. Portable showers were provided for travelers stranded at JFK, desperate for hygiene. (Gothamist) Doormen all over the city are poised to strike. (NYT) Some scientists stake the claim that 3D movies are bad for […]

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