This one is for everyone who was sick over Thanksgiving break. I understand your struggles and I commiserate.
A coalition of student groups, including Barnard-Columbia Abolition Collective, Student-Worker Solidarity, and Columbia-Barnard Young Democratic Socialists of America, has announced plans to mount a tuition strike ahead of the Spring 2024 payment deadline. Among other demands, organizers hope the move will pressure the University to divest from Israel.
Staff Writers Luken Sloan and Shaina Sahu watched NOMADS’ Fall 2023 mainstage show—The Thaumatrope Game! Content warnings: mentions and depictions of death.
Jerome Davis will end his tenure as Secretary of the University at the end of 2023, but will remain a part of the University’s administration in an advisory role until June 2024.
You can never escape the dining hall comparisons.
Barnard Zine’s Library taught us that journaling in all its forms can be a deeply personal and important ritual.
On Thursday, November 30th, members of the coalition Columbia University Apartheid Divest (CUAD) engaged in two demonstrations in reaction to a University-held event and the annual Tree Lighting ceremony.
Staff Writers Elaine Lloyd and Rory Collins joined a guided tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s medieval section.
Bwog Staffers Katie De la Paz and Emma Trápaga try out the much-talked-about sushi from Milstein Bubble Tea and Sushi Spot. They give honest and incredibly professional reviews on the salmon avocado and spicy tuna rolls, bonding over their bwineage in the process.