Written by Abby Rubel
February 07, 20185:33 pm 0 Comments
This could be you and your future roommate! (If Columbia were this aesthetic.)
You’ve heard of “prompose,” but do you have any idea how to pop the question to the most important person in your life? No, not your spouse, your future roommate. Senior Staffer Abby Rubel has some ideas for you.
Photo via Wikimedia Commons
Tags: I feel like most people do number 3, number 7 actually works!, please someone try number one, roommate search, what's the best ring pop flavor?
Written by Ross Chapman
February 07, 20182:30 pm 1 Comments
The seats look a lot more intimidating when they’re stadium-tiered at a 45 degree angle
All-seeing and all-knowing Bwogger Ross Chapman calls out everyone in his Pupin 428 lecture, as though he didn’t write this in Pupin 428.
Pupin 428 may not be Havemeyer 309, but it’s still an important classroom for anyone in STEM (or in other big classes that needed a lecture space). The 154-seat auditorium actually spans two floors, and features a very steep slope of desks which look toward the lecturer. While the classroom doesn’t usually have assigned seats, students will often gravitate towards specific sections. What does seating in a certain part of Pupin 428 say about you?
Find out more about your subconscious seating decisions after the jump…
Tags: get on barnard 304s level, ive never even seen a pupin, tag yourself but better, tag yourself: lecture halls
Written by Bwog Staff
February 07, 201811:30 am 0 Comments
What you wish was in your Ferris Salad
Bwoggers Cara, Iga, and Mary are back at it, whipping it up in the kitchen for us. Very much encouraged by the response they got from their chocolate cupcakes, they’re here to do it again. This one is for all you vegan readers out there – we see you.
This week, Bwog made this amazingly fresh and vibrant Thai-inspired Peanut Lime Cauliflower Salad and we CANNOT stop eating it! Simple and packed with flavor, it only takes a few minutes in the kitchen to throw all together (not to mention it’s completely vegan)! Although cauliflower may seem like a strange base for a salad, tossed with crunchy peanuts and a spicy Sriracha kick, you’ve got a bowl that you can eat morning, noon, and night.
Peanut Lime Cauliflower Salad, adapted from Budget Bytes
Eat more than dining hall food after the jump…
Tags: cooking with bwog 2.0, how about cooking with bwog but specifically meals u find in rap songs, i wanna see this get weird, ie stir fry by migos, no one talk to me until we make this real, trap queen by fetty
Written by Idris O'Neill
February 07, 20189:30 am 0 Comments
You would think all of space is public domain.
Happening in the World: A 6.4-magnitude earthquake hit Hualien, Taiwan today, on the second anniversary of the devastating Tainan earthquake which claimed 116 lives. Despite buildings tilting over and roughly 40,000 homes being without water, President Tsai Ing-wen stated hope that “people’s lives would return to normal as soon as possible.” In the midst of the crisis, civilians have been very active in rescue efforts, reporting about 150 people retrieved from ruins. (BBC)
Happening in the US: SpaceX has launched the Falcon Heavy, what CNN is calling “the world’s most powerful rocket.” Onboard is CEO Elon Musk’s very own Tesla, allegedly playing David Bowie’s “Space Oddity.” While Elon Musk has committed to doing vaguely villainous acts (A car? In space?), we applaud him for his appropriate taste in music. (CNN)
Happening in NYC: The Caribbean community of Brooklyn has filed suit against the officers of the 67th precinct, alleging that these cops are unfairly targeting Caribbean-owned restaurants with false alcohol violations. Community members noted that the discrimination has extended to venues and events associated with the annual New York Caribbean Carnival Parade as well. (NY Daily News)
Happening at Columbia: Today at 12 pm, the Weatherhead East Asian Institute and the APEC Study Center at Columbia University will be hosting “The Trump Administration’s Policy Toward Asia,” a lecture on East Asian foreign policy, in the International Affairs Building, Room 918. No registration necessary.
Overheard: “You’re a guy and we’re in Barnard so nothing you say matters.”
SPACE via Public Domain Pictures
Tags: bad bwitches only, elon musk will send his 100k car in space but not me a student with 2 dollars?, i asked a nasa rep about space privatization and he was like "there is no beef with nasa and elon musk", there totally is
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