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A time in which we have no government seems to call for a new perspective on life, a new outlook, and renewed motivation to help make this world better. Right now it looks like we’re collectively doing a pretty great job of keeping the American economy intact. (Vice) We have to wonder if those electeds […]

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Barnard-Columbia V-Day, the group that organizes an annual production of The Vagina Monologues on campus, has decided that the cast for this year’s production will be made up of the stories of self-identified women of color. The announcement was accompanied by a statement which explained the ideas of allyship and empowerment which shaped the decision: […]

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Where Art Thou?

We know you’d rather be sipping margaritas on a sunny beach in the sand. But you’re not. You’ve still got over a week to go until spring break (but day-drinking could be fun). Lucky for you, Bwog’s Arts Editor Kyra Bloom made this list of arts-related events that will ease the pain of midterm season. […]

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Another QuickTix! Broaden thyself! Tickets sold for on campus events this week: 3524 On campus events on sale now: Vagina Monologues: March 9th and 10th, 8:30 pm, CUMC Alumni Auditorium,$10 w/CUID, Tickets. Operation Ease On Down The Road: March 25th, 8 pm and 11 pm, Lerner Black Box, FREE, Tickets. CoLab Spring Showcase: March 25th […]

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Victoria Wills takes you inside the world of the vagina at The Vagina Monologues… I distinctly remember the first time I heard mention of The Vagina Monologues. “Vagina!?”  I inwardly exclaimed, my twelve-year old mind reeling. “As in… vaginas?” My second thought: “How do vaginas monologue?” Throughout most of my adolescence, The Vagina Monologues remained […]

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Another alternate Wednesday, another QuickTix! This week: Etiquette, Vaginas, and Athena. Tickets sold for on campus events this week: 1381 On campus events on sale now: The Vagina Monologues: February 11th, 9-11pm, 12th, 1-3pm, and 13th, 2-4pm, Roone, $5 w/CUID, Tickets. Athena Film Festival: February 11th-13th, Barnard Campus, $5 Students, Tickets. Chowdah Sketch Comedy Presents: Miss […]

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Bwog receives a lot of emails. Still, even Gmailers as jaded as we were curious about the following anonymous correspondence, the subject line of which was “giant vagina in carman elevator! 2:30ish am, Dec 1”  We were hoping there would be an explanatory picture, and oh, was there ever.  No further context was provided, and […]

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Blogger Yelena Shuster reports on this weekend’s production. If Valentine’s Day didn’t give you enough of an excuse to get vagina-happy, a good option is this year’s campus production of the Vagina Monologues. For those of us who have seen the show for the past three years, prepare to be shocked. This is no traditional […]

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Tough Act

From the Barnard Theatre Department listserve comes this invitation from Christina Myers, the director of yet another campus production of The Vagina Monologues: “So far, the rehearsals have been a blast and the show has a fresh and different presentation this year.  Unfortunately, one of our talented cast members was hired by a theater company out […]

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