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.
Scholars from Columbia, Princeton, and the Czech Academy of Sciences spent Tuesday afternoon discussing a new volume from Suture Press titled Revolutions for the Future: May ‘68 and the Prague Spring.
It is the worst of times, and the most liminal of times. Reading week snuck up on us with a slap and here we are during finals: broken, disheartened, and yearning for summer (why is it still 40 degrees in May, anyway?).
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 all the centers for learning that you’ve been missing out on.
Happening in the World: The Canadian diplomats to Cuba are suing the Canadian government for their inaction over an apparent epidemic known as Havana Syndrome. The government has insinuated that the symptoms, characterized as memory loss, dizziness, nausea, and headaches, could be psychosomatic. The real question is: would you rather a vacation with Havana Syndrome or an […]
In Social Media Editor Idris O’Neill’s utopia, Barnard’s dining points and Columbia’s dining dollars would be equal and Joe Coffee would accept said forms of currency. We’ll settle for finding a dining dollars daddy for now. Imagine: you’ve been in Butler for six hours (and yes, we know it’s the beginning of the semester) and […]
For those who have migrated from Butler to Milstein, Deputy Editor Idris O’Neill is begging you to abandon your old habits and adopt these new, more considerate ones. She’s tired of seeing you in group study rooms alone. 1. If you are a Columbia student, come with a buddy. Chances are you weren’t invited to the […]
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 […]
Year after year, you find yourself scrambling through your closet for clothes you can hastily turn into a costume. Despite knowing exactly when Halloween happens every year and the fact that it happens, again, every year, you are never ready for it. While you could settle for some of the real horrors Columbia has faced this […]
The glaring red notification on your Mail app seems to glow just a little more intensely this month. You’re haunted by the drafted emails you’ve really only got as far as “Dear Professor” with. It’s been one week since you texted in Slack, five days since you emailed back, three days since you left your room–now […]
Bwog likes to think of itself as the friend who has seen you through it all: the end of a long-distance relationship, the messy nights at Amity Hall, food poisoning from Ferris shrimp tacos, the homesickness. Though it is nearing midterms and just that awkward time of year where no one wants to meet new […]
Colloquially referred to as the “Barnard Gardening Club,” officially recognized as nothing, but personally called the “Barnard Community Garden,” this unofficial club at Barnard has made a lot of change considering its (lack of) status. Bwog sat down with the visionaries behind the Barnard Community Garden and talked about sending an inordinate amount of e-mails […]
In a shocking twist, this week’s field notes are not entirely centered around binge drinking. Nevertheless, Bwog still found ways to have memorable, regrettable, field notes-able weekends. Send in your field notes to firstname.lastname@example.org for a feature! Bwog in (and out of) love Skipped stats to meet with my crush to find out he has a […]
Happening in the World: What seems worthy of a Snopes check and reminiscent of fear-mongering posts your aunt shares on Facebook is becoming a reality for Australians who are finding sewing needles in their strawberries. Australian officials are offering a $100,000 AUD award for whomever can find the source of these contaminated strawberries, though this may […]
Bwog’s strongest opinions are reserved for the finer, more inane things in life. In continuation of our ranking series, Bwog presents the long-awaited ranking of dining hall ice. Do not feel compelled to defend the integrity of this ice. John Jay – The ice here is perfect, like more satisfying than those oddly pleasing Instagram […]