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I’m so ready for everyone to be on campus…! but I’m happy to wait a bit longer while vaccines are still being produced so everyone stays safe.

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Happening in the World: Somalia has been devastated by a deadly explosion that killed at least 75 people. A car bomb went off in its capital, Mogadishu, injuring 200 on Saturday. In addition to several car bomb attacks this year, Somalia has also faced severe famine as violence and food shortages have plagued the nation. As of now, […]

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Happening in the world: An ancient tomb with mummies was discovered in Egypt! (CNN) Happening in the nation: Florida was hit by Hurricane Irma last night. The whole state is in crisis mode, and the western coast will likely be hit the worst. (BBC) Happening in NYC: It’s New York Fashion Week! Learn more about the happenings. (NY Times) Happening […]

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When we listlessly sit in lecture, we tend to do various things — sleep, doodle, viciously glare at others, noisily eat some concoction inevitably involving peanut butter, and write some shit in our notes. As we look at our notes for the first time during Reading Week, let’s commemorate our recorded moments of triumph, despair, […]

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Last night, in a room packed with students, General Studies Student Council voted on the GS Senator’s potential impeachment and heard from students about proposals for co-sponsorships. GSSC dove right into the addressing the proposal to impeach Ramond Curtis, Senator of GS. Although many members of GSSC were absent due to religious holiday and other various […]

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Columbia University has been known for exhibiting one of the worst stress cultures at any university in the country. Executive Vice President Sidney Perkins has plans to create change through legos and other de-stress initiatives. It’s up to the Columbia Administration to decide the future of our community.  Engineering Student Council led one of its most intriguing […]

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Columbia is filled to the brim with unique and interesting people. But let’s be honest, how many of them can say they have 13 solo albums and are a superstar in the world of Hasidic music?  Probably only Lipa Schmeltzer, a GS student and father of four. Music mavens Tom Kicak and Dylan Cooper interviewed […]

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Bwog gives you not one, but TWO lovely press releases detailing some exciting victories for the student councils this Monday. Watson Library For starters, the multi-council Watson Library resolution passed about two weeks ago has proven effective—making rounds in national media couldn’t have hurt either. The resolution, a joint collaboration between GSSC, CCSC, and ESC, […]

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Craig Newmark, founder of craigslist, gave a lecture at the Julius S. Held Lecture Hall at Barnard on Thursday, where he spoke about his “nerdiness,” his decision to forgo becoming an internet billionaire in favor of “doing well by doing good,” his ambitions for craigconnects, his efforts with the Women in Public Service initiative, and […]

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