Bwoglines: Early June Edition
Written by Bwog Staff
Are you enjoying your summer job? A Columbia student is working as mermaid-stripper called Naiad at an undercover strip club in New York. (NYT)
A U.S. Army Captain stationed in Afghanistan made a surprise appearance at his daughter’s class day. Make sure you grab a Kleenex before you watch. (NY Daily News)
Morton B. Friedman, beloved long-time professor of civil engineering, has died at age 86. We offer our condolences to his family and friends. (Columbia)
Havana Central is reportedly closed. (Yelp)
GSSC has filled its last E-board position and has appointed Oraia Reid as VP of Campus Life.
Tipped: “Yay Strauss Fest!!!“
The group Columbia Alumni Allied Against Sexual Assault held a forum during Columbia’s reunion weekend to discuss reforms and respond to rape culture on campus.
De Blasio and Cuomo might want the Obama presidential library, but where would we put it? (Sun-Times)
Columbia Health services is now providing free emergency contraception during walk-in hours, no appointment necessary. (Coalition Against Sexual Violence).
Check out this Project Not Asking For It video made by Columbians:
And finally, a note from EIC Sarah Faith Thompson:
I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve chosen to have the humorous and witty Maud Rozee join me as an editor in chief of Bwog next semester. We look forward to making Bwog better than ever, together. Two is better than one.
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