Written by Gabrielle Kloppers
October 22, 20176:42 pm 1 Comments
A Bwogger getting drunk af circa freshman year
At a university like Columbia, where everyone is constantly under heavy academic pressure, many students choose to imbibe copious quantities of alcohol in order to chill out a little bit. Bwog Staff Writer Gabrielle Kloppers investigates the volumes involved, using a thoroughly scientific method.
First of all, we need to separate Columbia Students into categories, or classes of drinkers. I will be separating into three primary groups: the goodie-goodies, the philosophers, and the drunkest-one-at-the-party.
The goodie-goodie doesn’t drink much; maybe they’ll have a glass of wine with dinner, or a nice mixed-drink (with actually expensive liquor…). They would never be seen at 1020 on a Tuesday night. Their estimated alcohol consumption would be at around 50 ml hard liquor (from their cheeky scotch on the rocks after their last midterm), and a standard glass of wine (150ml) per month. They don’t enjoy getting insane. So, over the course of the year, they would consume around 12 x 50 = 600 ml of hard liquor and 150 x 12 = 1800 ml of wine per year. That comes out to a little less than a 2L bottle of wine (which for some of us is indulgence for only one night), and less than a bottle of hard liquor. These are not the students that we see with entire walls of bottles.
How much do philosophers drink?
Tags: back of the envelope, bwath, bwog math, drinking, drunkards, frat parties, hard liquor vs beer, math is cool, numbers, philosophers, the goodie goodies
Written by Lexie Lehmann
October 22, 20173:02 pm 0 Comments
Spooking it up
Hip Hop and Politics powers us through our last week of ~the spook~. Bucket List represents the intellectual privilege we enjoy as Columbia students. We do our very best to bring to your attention important guest lecturers and special events on campus. Our recommendations for this week are below, and the full list is after the jump. If you notice any events that have been left off the list, or if you have a correction, please let us know in the comments.
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Tags: bucket list, bwog baby daddy, DNC, fight the power, hip-hop, Human rights council, not many halloween events but we do love october, spook it up, what a good week!!
Written by Bwog Staff
October 22, 201712:45 pm 0 Comments
Are you really trying to miss out on recreating this photo with us
Earthlings! Because Lerner does not yet have a pool for us to gather in (ahem! @CCSC), we thought it would be fun to open up our own watering hole of Trader Joe’s Cookie Dunkers and Brie cheese to you all tonight. Come by Lerner 510 at 9pm for free fun! Bring your swimsuits, and remember: no shoes, no shirt, no service problem. Do not worry if you can’t swim (pitch ideas). Lessons and life jackets will be provided. ♥
Suck my intelligence and creativity via Infrogmation
Tags: adult swim, bwog baby daddy, bwog high school musical, open pool, open school, pool party, school of bwog, school of fish, speedos allowed, spooky
October 22, 201710:24 am 0 Comments
Happening Around the World: One BBC writer took a trip to Indonesia to find out more about its nudist community. (BBC)
Happening in the Nation: Former President Obama, Clinton, Carter, as well as both President Bushes, gathered together at a relief concert in Texas to raise money for hurricane victims. (USA Today)
Happening in NYC: City college will name Vincent G. Boudreau as its new President next week. This comes a year after its former president stepped down in the midst of an investigation into her finances. (NYT)
Happening on Campus: There is a Bwog meeting happening this evening at 9pm in Lerner! We will post a meeting announcement shortly :-)
A single and sad-looking JJ’s cup on Amsterdam. Contents: unknown.
Tags: bwog baby daddy, bwoglines, hungover in my calvins, i am so sleepy, i dont want to do my reading in my calvins, i feel like that JJs cup, writing these bwoglines in my calvins
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