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Senior Wisdom: Alexander Pines

You might know Alexander Pines from Under1Roof or some distant Twitter feud with a fraternity. He’s heading out of New York come this summer, so listen to him wax poetic just once more. It’ll probably be more interesting than Under1Roof. Name, School, Major, Hometown: Alexander Pines // CC // writing (nonfiction) and American Studies // […]

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LectureHop: Can the Subaltern Speak?

On Wednesday night, a retired Bwogger relived his glory days of lecturehopping when he headed downtown and attempted to decipher the postmodern conundrum of a panel featuring Columbia professors Gayatri Spivak and Rosalind Morris, and soon-to-be-Columbia-professor Judith Butler. So, humanities majors, you know that first time you go back home freshman year, probably for Thanksgiving? […]

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LectureHop: The Subaltern Speaks at the CC Coursewide Lecture

No, it wasn’t our fair University Professor, but three religious scholars who gathered in Roone Arledge Auditorium today to discuss God, truth and the other. Bwog Daily Editor and Sophomore Justin Vlasits reports. Having a coherent discussion among lay people about religion in any contemporary university is very, very difficult. In a setting that gets […]

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