Bwoglines: Summer Leftovers
Written by Bwog Staff
Exciting things happen in this big wide-world, and sometimes they are Columbia related. Bwoglines is a daily compilation of staff favorites and student tips. For this, the first Bwoglines of the year, we present news that didn’t find a place in any post over the Summer.
We don’t usually have the attention span to slog through a New Yorker article, but this excellent piece by Critic at Large, James Wood, is sure to grip all you core dorks out there. “Secularism and its Discontents” is a veritable CC circus, and features our very own profs Phillip Kitcher and Bruce Robbins.
D-Spar laments the lack of government regulation in the man juice market. (NYT)
Police are zeroing in on a suspect in a Morningside Heights murder case. (DNAinfo)
Researchers were surprised to find that college students use Google. A lot. (Good)
Korilla BBQ are contestants on season two of Food Network’s The Great Food Truck Race. (Food Network)
The Times interviews beautiful students. Columbia fares well.
George Soros’s ex-girlfriend sues the billionaire for $50 million. Is there a gold digging class at the B-school? (HuffPo)
Columbia grad students reinvent the watch industry, in theory. (NYT)
Truck via Food Network