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Today’s Bwoglines is heady, complex, a little earthy… with a hint of oak.

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On Saturday, around 40 members of Student-Worker Solidarity, a group of Columbia and Barnard students working for pay equality in the Columbia community, rallied alongside former restaurant workers at Indus Valley Restaurant on Broadway. Here’s SWS’s official press release about the event: For the third Saturday in a row, Columbia students protested alongside former employees […]

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The week of protests quietly rages on. A group affiliated with St. Mary’s Episcopal Church has organized a Day of Unity in support of Columbia employees. For those interested, the event will include picketing the Columbia Employment Center, a community march, picketing PrezBo’s house, speeches at Fredrick Douglas Boulevard, and a picnic to wrap up […]

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