Good morning, Columbia! It’s mid February, which means the semester is really kicking it into gear. How many tests do you have this week? How many essays? Yeah, me too. And we can’t forget that tomorrow is Valentine’s Day. Welcome to Hell.
Happening in the nation: In case you live under a rock, the Grammys were last night! Adele brought home the gold with both album of the year and record of the year —which reminds me… There’s a distinction? I thought those were the same thing. Anyway, a lot of people are upset that Beyonce didn’t win for her album Lemonade. Bwog has no official stance on this matter.
Happening in NYC: Sunday morning, hundreds of Jewish New Yorkers (and their allies) gathered in the freezing rain to show their support for refugees. The rally, which took place in Battery Park, was both a sentiment of support and a protest against President Trump’s recent executive orders regarding immigration.
Happening on campus: Somebody call Oprah! Dr. Oz is on campus today! Dr. Oz will be speaking from 10:00-11:00 am in the Myrna Daniels Auditorium. He’ll be discussing health, wellness, diet secrets, boob jobs, and all that other stuff I assume Dr. Oz talks about.
Overseen/Overheard: So, apparently there are mice in McBain. Like, a lot of mice. Here’s one that didn’t make it out alive. Sleep well, ratto.
Taylor ain’t the only snake around here:
Photo via Bwogger Leo Bevilacqua, who promptly left McBain to spend the night at a friend’s apartment.