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Columbia student representing Students United Against Sweatshops (USAS), which seems to be a lot of the same people as SWS but under a different name, showed up at the Diana Center today to protest Sherry Lansing’s receipt of the 2014 Laura Ziskin Lifetime Achievement Award at the Athena Film Festival. Lansing is a former actress and […]

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Ever wonder just what it is those mysterious University Senators do after they’re elected in May? Bwog does, too. To find out, we spoke with Jared Odessky, CC ’15, about why the Senate exists and what a handful of undergrads are doing on it. Bwog: Can you tell me a little bit about the Senate […]

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Justice in Guinea is currently protesting outside the gates on 116th and Broadway. Their presence echoes last year’s demonstration against Meles Zenawi, President of Ethiopa, who was visiting Columbia during last year’s World Leaders Forum. The Guinean activists bear signs with anti-military messages, and are not specifically targeting Alpha Condé, President of the Republic of Guinea, […]

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Dear Columbia,

Hamilton is FUCKING FULL, kthxbai. (Click the pictures to enlarge) Butler is probably full too, but at least the Hamilton squatters have the decency to leave apologetic notes. Tipped by D.H.

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