On Thursday, Events Editor Julia Tolda joined Columbia Science Review’s webinar, “Decisions, Decisions: How Superstitions Drive Choice,” to learn more about the science behind superstitions and descriptive decision-making.
The Armory uptown is probably one of the best, most organized places to get vaccinated in the city. It has tons of appointment slots that open up pretty frequently. It’s also one of the most
Yes, I will miss campus and sitting in rooms learning about all sorts of things with my peers, but there are some things that I’m ready to just say goodbye to.
The 15th Annual Jeanne Clery Lecture Series on April 6 brought sex educators Bianca Laureano and Francisco Ramirez together for a conversation about sex, dating, and intimacy during the pandemic.
It was approximately 19:30 p.m. on Tuesday when the victim, Victoria Arancio, entered John Jay to partake in the Taste of Italy event. Instead of having a casual and fun meal, her dinner party led to her demise: but what was the cause of her untimely death?
Even with the protests on campus, many people found themselves in the tightly-packed Rotunda in Low Library. Yesterday, Managing Editor Victoria Arancio had the privilege to hear Michael D. Higgins, the President of Ireland, speak about student activism, climate change, academia, and more. Yesterday, the Columbia World Leaders Forum invited Michael D. Higgins, the President […]
The average Columbia student is inconsistent. Will they read every assigned reading? No. Will they meet every deadline given to them? Probably not. Columbia stress culture is undeniable: late nights in Butler soon become early mornings, and what has changed, besides the change of date? Nothing. If anything, students become more stressed with work that […]
Happening in the world: Despite protests, the Armenian National Assembly has sworn in its next prime minister, Serzh Sargsyan. As a former president to the nation, protests in Armenia have begun as many are discontent with the lack of change in higher government. (BBC) Happening in the US: President Trump has rejected the proposal for […]
It might be the start of a new week, but Bwog is back with more coverage of Columbia Housing. Yes, there might be less dorms to choose from, but not all hope is lost: there are still some pretty good rooms and suites up for grabs. We will be covering housing all day and until […]
So you’ve heard mixed reviews about Plimpton: but what is Plimpton really all about? In this housing review, we break down everything that you need to know before living in Plimpton. Location: 1235 Amsterdam Ave (between 120th and 121st on Amsterdam) Nearby dorms: EC and Wien Stores and restaurants: Appletree Deli, Friedman’s, Maxx Café Cost: $9,510 per double, $11,038 […]
Still don’t know where you’re going to be living next year? If you’re scrambling to find some last minute options before your lottery number gets called, here’s what living in 616 is all about. Location: Nearby dorms: 600, 610, Brooks Hall Stores and restaurants: Shake Shack, Morton Williams, halal carts, Sweetgreen Cost: Single: $11,038 Double or […]
Finally putting her years of lacrosse knowledge to good use, Bwogger Victoria Arancio took the long trek to Baker to watch the Columbia Women’s Lacrosse game against Harvard. The game was close but exciting, eventually granting Columbia the win that they desperately needed. 0-2 in the Ivy League, I was cautiously hopeful going into the […]
The Athena Film Festival may have officially wrapped up, but we’re here for one more review! Bwogger Victoria Arancio had the opportunity to sit for this powerful documentary. I have watched many different documentary films before, each attempting to evoke some emotion deep down inside of me, pushing me to anger or action. After viewing I Am Evidence, I […]
While she may have pass-failed her Astronomy course, Bwogger Victoria Arancio has always had a soft spot for science. In all my time at Columbia University, never have I seen so many people eager to learn about science. The room—even fifteen minutes before the start of the presentation—was packed, with people finding empty space on the floor […]
It’s the end of February—one of our least favorite (but necessary) months in the year. It’s still technically winter, but why is it so fucking hot? Hear us out: we think that we’ve figured out why it is so fucking hot on campus today. Do you remember when we first began to experience the trials […]
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 […]