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.
As a wee freshman, Nadra Rahman may have signed the Henry Moore petition? She reports on part 2 (and more), straight from the Satow Room.
Though I speak with the tongues of Bwog and of students, but have not pitches, I am become as sounding Spec, or a tinkling Jester.
Bwogger Jordan Merrill tells the people what they need to hear. As Columbia slash Barnard students, we can be certain about one thing: we are all fucking nerds. I never thought it would come to the
Sports Editor? Staff Writer? Jana Jaran attends a Columbia University Public Outreach lecture lead by astronomy researcher John Brewer about methods of finding planets in space and what the discovery of Earth-like planets mean for our future.
Columbia often advertises itself as one of the most ethnically and economically diverse schools in the Ivy League. But what happens when students with these diverse backgrounds after they come to Columbia? What communities exist for them? With Latinx Heritage Month a few weeks behind us, Events Editor Isabel Sepúlveda takes a closer look at […]
If you’ve ever had a conversation with me, you know that I’m not a woman in STEM™. I’ve never been very good at math or science, and have come to complete peace with that. I can’t even say numbers in French, my actual major, or read Roman numerals past 39, though Classics is my other actual major. The […]
Just as the green lawns in front of Butler will be soon be covered with tarps, Cooking With Bwog will soon start running recipes filled with pumpkin, sweet potatoes, and other brownish root vegetables. Darn the wheel of the world! Why must it continually turn over! Take this recipe as the last remnant of summer. […]
Happening in the World: Venice is hit with the worst flooding in a decade, with more than 5 feet of water covering more than 70% of the city. Visitors and locals wade through the city’s most notable sights. The water rose higher than the elevated walkways that are usually installed during routine flooding. Happening in the […]
Halloweekend: possibly the best fucking holiday of all time. This year’s Halloween did not disappoint, and Bwog shares some of their crazy and/or embarrassing adventures to amuse you. Bwog and Rally Got chased by a public safety officer in Butler at 3 am on Thursday when I was being drunk and obnoxious in a purple […]
In continuum with Deputy Editor Idris O’Neill’s complicated history with Columbia Crushes, she is broadcasting a Craigslist-guided job search for the new Columbia Crushes admin. Help us, anonymous Bwog reader, you’re our only hope. I am an avid subscriber of the Columbia Crushes Facebook page and have recently not seen the Facebook page update as often as I […]
While Columbia has Greek life, Staff Writer Alicia Benis knows all too well about actual Greek life. In the spirit of Family Weekend, and her actual Greek dad visiting, she explains why Butler is absolutely every Greek dad’s dream. If you haven’t noticed by now, I seem to have a special affinity towards Butler. I […]
Bwogger Elizabeth Burton is taking over the sports recap this week. Please bear with us, she only recently learned that Columbia has an athletics department. Volleyball: The Lions (9-10, 3-6 Ivy) lost both matches 0-3 over the weekend. Against Harvard (10-8, 5-4 Ivy), they lost by only four points in the first set. The margin increased as the match continued […]
Nadra Rahman reports from the balmy climes of the Satow Room on CCSC’s latest ventures. It was a finance-heavy night for CCSC as they navigated where they (a) want their own money to go, and (b) where they want others’ money to go. But there was one big outcome to cheer about: a Metrocard program […]
Happening in the World: Two Australian police officers jumped into the ocean in order to save a drowning kangaroo. They pulled the unconscious animal from the sea and continued to perform chest compressions in order to revive it. One of the police officers, Kirby Tonkin, stated “every life is worth saving and we just did […]
While we were all procrastinating on our readings for tomorrow, the V-Show finalized the creative team for the 125th Annual Varsity Show. Here they all are (below and on the right). Good luck, C-team! May you sleep at least a little and write (/design/direct/manage) a lot in the next few months. Director: Bernadette Bridges (CC […]
On Saturday, Staff Writer Henry Golub made his way up two staircases, a ramp, and another staircase to see Third Wheel Improv perform in Lerner. They were even funnier than last time. In my last review, I recommended that you all see Third Wheel perform for yourselves. I’m glad I did, because last night exceeded my expectations. […]
Ntozake Shange, Barnard alum (BC ’70) and notable American playwright, poet, and author, passed away on Saturday, at the age of 70. Shange is best known for her 1975 Tony Award-nominated play, for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf, a revolutionary self-termed choreoform combining poetry, dance, music, and song, […]
Halloweekend may have drawn to a close, but Halloween is right around the corner. The festivities have just begun and you don’t want to miss out – come to our open meeting tonight at 9pm in Lerner 510 and get SPOOKY with us! Spooky scary skeletons Send shivers down your spine Shrieking skulls will shock […]