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CCSC Demonstrates the Meaning of “Snafu”

Like many other college campuses, Columbia sees an explosion of events every April, as the warm weather and the pending exam period leads groups to trip over each other in occupying Low Plaza. The overlaps are hardly without amusement, of course: Bwog looks forward immensely to the 4/20 screening of Alice in Wonderland coinciding with […]

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Take Back the Night Promenades

Right now, what seems to be a solid column of rape-whistling women and male allies is making its way down College Walk, chanting in unison. It’s cacophonous, powerful! More to come later. Edit: Alex Port sends aerial photos from East Campus–after the jump! Check back later tonight for complete TBTN coverage by Anna Phillips and photos from […]

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The Night, it has been taken

Hundreds stood, their fists raised, ringed by police, silent. And then, the cries went up. “Together we unite to take back the night!”  “Hey hey, ho ho, Sexual Violence has got to go!” The crowd, about 90% women and the most popular men on campus, lurched forward, flooding across Broadway and down 116th street to […]

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Take back the “R”

When a typo is more than just a typo.

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