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.
Editor’s Note: This article includes mentions of death. Kirk Wu, a CC sophomore from Pasadena, CA, has passed away. Dean Valentini has sent out an email to the Columbia community regarding his passing, available below. There will be a “space for reflection and conversation” tonight from 8 pm to 10 pm in the McBain first […]
Coming to Barnumbia means there will be a lot of studying involved. Trying to find the best study space can be a bit overwhelming. Staff Writer Alicia Benis looks at why one of Columbia’s most intimidating libraries, Butler Library, isn’t so bad after all. I am someone who can study and do homework literally anywhere […]
Sports Editor Abby Rubel and Staff Writer Henry Golub attended the American Voter Project’s panel on the Supreme Court confirmation of now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The Project is a series of forums that connects “scholars, politicians, journalists, activists, artists, students, and community members” to explore issues facing American voters and helps Columbia students apply Core Curriculum principles […]
Bwog brought you a fool-proof method of determining how much Barnard energy you or anyone else in your life has, but since we’ve never been known to let a good idea die, we’re featuring another Columbia undergraduate school this week: SEAS! For all you engineers out there who might be worried that our system is “arbitrary” […]
Do you recall a time before you’d stepped foot into Butler Library? Do you remember the innocence you once had? Staff writer Jordan Merrill does, and she has some evidence-based theories of what happens on the inside™. Every Monday through Thursday as I make the stroll to my classes from Carman to the north end […]
It’s finally fall! You can almost feel the leaves on college walk about to change colors. You haven’t had the chance to head to an apple orchard upstate (midterms, what else?), but you dream of the perfect fall day: watching Halloweentown, drinking a mug of hot tea, and sliding your spoon into a warm bowl of fresh […]
Happening in the World: A Saudi journalist’s disappearance has caused international outcry. Jamal Khashoggi has been missing since October 2nd and has been a vocal critic of conservativism in Saudi Arabia. (The Globe and Mail) Happening in the US: Hurricane Michael made landfall in Florida yesterday, causing mass destruction. Governor Rick Scott described it as […]