On Thursday, the Columbia School of Social Work invited Columbia sociologists Jennifer Lee and Van Tran to speak about Asian Americans and the affirmative action debate. Professor Lee describes their work as grounded in “sizzling
Surprise! Columbia is actually a bit more cultured that you might think: we have a gallery! Bwogger Peyton Ayers brings you a detailed review of Columbia’s very own Wallach Art Gallery’s latest exhibition.
New England Patriots owner and Columbia donor Robert Kraft, CC ‘63, has been charged with two counts of soliciting prostitution as part of a major human trafficking investigation, according to police in Jupiter, Florida.
Senior Staffer Sarah Harty eats, sleeps, and breathes the Diana Center Café. She’s not here for your “I don’t understand the system” bullshit. You can catch her there at all hours of the day. She
There is nothing that staff writer Jake Tibbetts loves more than cafeteria-style buffets, and there is nothing that he despises more than unreliable technology. Like any rational human being, Jake believes that the best way to address Columbia Dining’s failure to keep its online menus updated and accurate is to air his grievances online. He’s […]
Once again, Barnard Bureau Chief Dassi Karp sat in on Barnard’s Student Government Association meeting. This week, she reports on University Senate updates, endowment proposals, and the ever-present technological difficulties. The main focus of the evening was a presentation by Barnard University Senator Kira Dennis, joined by one of Columbia College’s University Senators, Josh Schenk […]
With the dreaded Vday right around the corner, those of us without an S.O. might be feelin’ kinda down (or not, since contrary to popular belief, not everyone here is a sad boi/sad girl). But if you’re curled up in bed watching the Bachelorette and wishing that were you, fear not, because Galentine’s Day is […]
Every Tuesday, Bwog brings you a recap of the previous night’s Engineering Student Council (ESC) meeting. Deputy Editor Jenny Zhu stepped in to report on this week’s ESC meeting, which oversaw some classic ESC hits like Eweek plans, emergency contraception updates, and (e)mpeachment of the president. President Aida Lu After her meeting with Scott Wright, Facilities’ VP […]
Name, Year, School, Major: Angelica Lagasca, Sophomore, Columbia College, Bio Preference: dudette for dude Hometown: duuuuuuuuuuuval Your nightmare date in seven words or fewer: he venmo requests What redeems you as a human being?: i get trail mix in bulk Library room of choice: business library. In this house we turn profits Beverage of choice: oatmeal Which dating […]
Despite the fact that she had a history class until 5:25, Bwogger Victoria Arancio was ready for another dose of modern European History by 6. Not only did she learn the name of “that weird orange house next to Low,” but she learned more about how historians treat political transparency. After a nice leisurely stroll around […]
What’s Happening In The World: People born in the 2000s are doing better than literally all of us at the Olympics: Snowboarders Red Gerard and Chloe Kim, both 17, took home gold medals for Team USA this week. This is when I start wishing my parents had gotten me into sports. (NBC) What’s Happening In The […]
Early Monday afternoon, the Graduate Workers of Columbia-UAW (GWC-UAW) released an open letter to President Bollinger, in which it declared to hold a strike authorization vote if the university did not honor the union’s existence. As part of graduate students’ 3-year-long struggle to unionize on Columbia’s campus, this letter comes as a response to Columbia’s January announcement that […]