QuickCUJH: Inaugural Edition
Written by Bwog Staff
Bwog would like to welcome a new publication to campus: Columbia Undergraduate Journal of History, a place where undergrads can get their papers edited and published.
Lane Sell uses common sense to better estimate the percent of the Roman population that died during a second century plague because something that the academy has been lacking recently is common sense.
Alyssa DeSocio discusses the inhumane nature of slave ships as well as the hygiene on the ships. Toilet bowl cleaners and Dawn, unfortunately, are not mentioned.
Emily Holland dissects the Soviet expansion in the late 1970’s. It’s a good thing that Afghanistan hasn’t been invaded since.
Andrew Tillett-Saks complicates the ideological battles of the 1937 Flint sit down strikes. Michael Moore should be taking notes