Written by Alex Tang
January 31, 20187:00 pm 0 Comments
gssc to get swoll?
As per usual, Bwog brings you a summary of last night’s General Studies Student Council (GSSC) meeting. Highlights include an upcoming fitness challenge and important initiative updates.
General Studies Student Council kept the second meeting of the semester short and sweet (about 30 minutes). As a reminder, GSSC meetings happen each week on Tuesday evening, and are streamed live on the GSSC Facebook page.
The council announced the upcoming GSSC Fitness Challenge, which will be underway soon. The challenge will consist of three separate phases. Phase 1 will emphasize a variety of exercises to do at home (body weight exercises, etc), and will include several instruction videos. Pawel Maslag, GSSC member, promised to complete weekly challenges (including doing one push-up for every like on the instructional videos). Phase 2 will involve collaboration with other groups on campus, and will include matching up workout buddies at Dodge, and mock workout plans. Phase 3 will feature a day of challenges on campus, including jumping jack and push-up challenges, as well as a fun run.
Click here for more announcements from the council
Tags: a budget for a krispy kreme donut giveaway was also approved last night, gssc, i think the last time i did a pushup was in high school pe, it's about time to start working on that summer bod, seriously can't wait for the summer, so down for sun-tanning
Written by Bwog Staff
January 31, 20184:37 pm 0 Comments
No rest for the wicked
4/30 blaze it
Last Friday marked the last day you could add a class without the instructor’s permission, AKA the last day of the Change of Program Period. While there are still course selection-adjacent deadlines coming up (February 20 is the last day to drop a class for CC, GS, and Barnard students; March 22 is the same for SEAS, as well as the deadline for all schools to change a course’s grading to Pass/D/Fail), most of us should have our schedules firmed up by now. So we were curious: what do the students of Columbia think of their schedules for this semester? Bwog scattered to the four corners of Morningside Heights, Bwog Asked, and Bwog Received:
Tags: bwog (ass)ked, bwog asked, comment below about your own schedule, lab at 9am equals time to die, lol at the dude on medical leave, no but it is what it is: mood, schedule, the person i spoke with verbatim said Fat Nap, this is a highly scientific experiment
Written by Zack Abrams
January 31, 20182:51 pm 5 Comments
PrezBo never knew what hit him.
Deputy Editor and frequent FiveThirtyEight reader Zack Abrams has created a site so HTML-heavy that he had to throw the whole Bwog away and host it somewhere else. Go here for the full experience or scroll down for an overview of the site. Note: use Google Chrome to see the preview, but the site itself works on any browser.
Tags: do you know how long it takes to animate a scatterplot when you dont know any html, i was up until 6am on friday working on this, respect my blood sweat and css, this took me so long, well DO YOU
Written by Jenny Zhu
January 31, 201812:38 pm 1 Comments
You know it, you’ve seen it, you have strong opinions about it.
Winter season is in full swing, and that means the Canada Geese are alive, well, and thriving around campus. Closer examination finds that each of these coats comes down to approximately $900 per econ student. Damn! We here at Bwog, with your best interests in mind, implore you to forsake this god-forsaken coat and instead spend that $900 on these following things:
Tags: bwop tart, get a nice overcoat instead you get way more compliments trust me, i love spending money and theyre so much money, i've probably eaten 300 koronet slices this semester alone, when an econ major gets on edge do they get Canada Goosebumps?
January 31, 20189:37 am 0 Comments
The face you make when you hear about the Bruno sweep.
Happening in the World: Cape Town is about to run out of water. ‘Zero-day,’ the day the taps turn off, is April 16th after drought and overuse have drained the city of its water supply, and citizens have little hope of a way out. (NPR)
Happening in the US: Trump gave his State of the Union address and managed to stay on script the entire time, prompting the usual descriptors of “presidential” and “finally making a change.” (NYT)
Happening in NYC: Mayor De Blasio was prevented from attending the Grammy’s due to “ethics rules,” probably because he would’ve had a duty to report the robbery of awards from Lorde and SZA. (New York Post)
Happening on Campus: Columbia, in an email sent out to the student body today, declined to bargain with Columbia graduate student unions, prompting a strong reaction from the unions, which are planning a protest this Thursday.
Bop of the Day:
Tags: how do you tell the difference between a chemist and a plumber? ask them to pronounce 'unionized', i know my grammy takes are late, jay z was also robbed but beyonce forgave him so how much luck can he have left, kendrick was also robbed, sza and lorde were robbed, unions; get it
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