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Managing Editor Eva Sher and Events Editor Brigid Cromwell got to talk with Barnard Zine Librarian Jenna Freedman via Zoom call about the Barnard Library’s Quaranzine collection.

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If we know anything, it’s that Barnard loves its zines.

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This weeks SGA meeting was rather eventful and it looks like change is actually on the horizon. Whilst the highlight of the evening was the unanimous secret ballot in support of the Grader Workers of Columbia Union, bwogger Dassi Karp also covered the drama of an unplanned visitor, environmental issues and more!  Barnard’s Student Government Association is really stepping […]

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Our next senior wisdom is from Gerardo Romo, zine-lover and activist extraordinaire.  Name, Hometown, School, Major: Gerardo Romo, Perris, California, Columbia College, Ethnic Studies Claim to fame: The brown gay guy that told Bollinger students of color didn’t feel supported on campus despite being Columbia’s image of diversity and progress and then wrote an op-ed […]

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Do you like music and/or revolution? Sick of Psy Gangnam style? Maybe you should be listening to some riot grrrl. Today at 4:00 the Columbia University Institute for Research on Women and Gender (IRWAG) is putting on a free outdoor concert featuring a small handful of riot grrrl acts and students from the Willie Mae […]

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