Happening in the World: There has been an influx of French citizens moving to the Plateau-Mont-Royal neighborhood of Montreal in recent years, transforming the area into a French enclave with Parisian accents and traditional restaurants.
Social Media Editor and self-proclaimed Milstein expert (as well as IMATS employee, for transparency’s sake) Idris O’Neill is here to contribute to the actually insane amount of Milstein content on Bwog. It’s time to explore
A new independent publication has announced its intent to cover Columbia’s campus, headed and run by former Columbia Daily Spectator Sports staff writers who quit along with nearly their entire department last December following a
Senior Staffer Levi Cohen takes stock of his cottons, wools, and linens.
Yesterday, we sent new Bwog writer and first-year SEAS student Michael Beltz to the Armstrong Memorial Lecture hosted by Columbia’s Department of Electrical Engineering. Thomas Kailath, the speaker, is a professor, electrical engineer, information theorist, emeritus at Stanford, and experienced entrepreneur. In his talk, “The Process of Making Breakthroughs in Engineering,” he shares his advice […]
New Bwogger Miyoki Walker is a simple girl. She put her pants on one leg at a time, she cries at sad movies, and when she walks into Ferris, she goes straight for the biscuits. We’ve all seen them. Their golden tops. Perfectly crisp edges. Always next to the egg frittatas. The only difference between you and […]
Yesterday, science fiction author and journalist Cory Doctorow kicked off a week-long residency at Columbia, sponsored by the Brown Institute with a talk in the Heyman Center. Events Editor Isabel Sepúlveda attended this intimate and wide-ranging conversation, moderated by Columbia English professor Dennis Tenen. Subjects discussed: Doctorow’s belief in Creative Commons, the interplay of science […]
It’s 11:58pm on a Saturday. All you want is something delicious and bad for you, but JJ’s is so far away… Wait! You remember you have John Jay and Ferris take-out boxes full of random ingredients in your mini-fridge. Some cereal, some cream cheese packets… you’re good to go! Follow our recipe below for the perfect fall treat–made entirely […]
Our gallant and fearless GSSC Bureau Chief Andrew Chee braved the torrential downpour to give y’all the rundown of breaking news from the General Studies Student Council! Let’s just pretend that it was not drizzling lightly by the time he walked over to Lerner. Tonight’s highlights include a Q&A with GS Dean Lisa Rosen-Metsch, GS […]
Happening in the World: Trump delivered a speech to the United Nations on Tuesday filled with inaccuracies, including him signing the “biggest tax cut in American history” (NY Times). Happening in the US: Bill Cosby was sentenced to 3-10 years in a Pennsylvania prison for sexually assaulting and drugging Andrea Constand in 2004. Bill Cosby did not […]
Dear whoever you are, I, like many Carmanites, am now awake at 2:30 in the morning on a Tuesday night (or, rather, and Wednesday morning), thanks to you. This is the fourth time such an event has happened in recent nights- Thursday (was it Thursday? It already feels so fucking long ago I can’t even […]