Kale and lettuce plants have disappeared from the Barnard Community Garden, according to an Instagram story from the Barnard Garden Club.
Administrators and public health experts projected confidence and optimism for Columbia’s return to campus this fall in the most recent University Life Forum.
We are almost halfway through the summer and some of you might be saying AHHHH. We here at Bwog have been keeping ourselves busy (or not). Here’s to hoping the semester does not start up
Several teams, including Columbia Football, have posted their game schedules for the 2021 season, confirming that the Lions are ready to jump back into intercollegiate competition after being on hold due to the pandemic.
Bwog uncovered that President Lee Bollinger as the head of the University administration suggested the possibility of pressuring non-tenure-track instructors, in particular, to teach in person for the Fall 2020 semester. Additionally, we uncovered deep
UPDATE, 12:20 am, 4/1/17: We have confirmation that this year’s Bacchanal lineup will include D.R.A.M., Mykki Blanco, and Alunageorge. More tickets will be on sale tomorrow (technically today, at this point) for the event! Tonight is the Bacchanal Release Party! Starting at 10pm in the Lerner Party Space, you can catch a live performance and “some hints” about […]
It’s almost here! The long-awaited break we’ve all been suffering to reach. If you’re spending it in warm weather, here’s a playlist for your beaching and sunbathing and swimming and dancing and drinking and all other spring break shenanigans. If you’re not spending it somewhere warm, here’s a playlist to pretend you are! Motel Pool, […]
Starting from 2:05 pm today, the Columbia University Wind Ensemble will host its 9th annual Columbia Festival of Winds in Roone Arledge Auditorium! The Festival is a day-long event that “brings together wind bands from greater NYC area for a collaborative celebration of the unique musical form of wind band music”. Tickets are available on the Columbia Arts […]
Valentine’s Day is about many things: romance, capitalism, anatomically-incorrect heart shapes… but most of all, kissing. First kisses can be sloppy, gross, fun, exciting, a weird mix, or all of the above. A few years ago, artist Sharon Pak released a collaborative project called Tell Me About Your First Kiss, and Deputy Editor Lila Etter was […]
When the newness is gone, does the malaise set in? Halfway through and taking a break before Round Two, Bwog babe Lila Etter decided to prepare for the second half of her sophomore year by reflecting on the first. It was a little over four years ago when I first learned the full definition of the word […]
If you’re struggling with how to interact with other human beings – specifically, on public transportation – Bwog has some advice for you. Some of it might be good advice, other parts could be absolute crap. It’s up to you to find out! Dear Bwog, I have a regular babysitting job (shoutout Barnard Babysitting Agency) […]
Bernadette Mayer is a stream-of-consciousness poet and writer from Brooklyn. Last night, she came to speak at Columbia for “A Reading and Conversation with Bernadette Mayer,” sponsored by the Heyman Center for the Humanities. Bwog sent Daily Editor and poetry enthusiast Lila Etter to listen. Not only has Bernadette Mayer written over 27 collections of poetry; she […]
Nobody puts baby in a corner, sure, but what about putting a campus in a box? Myles Zhang, CC ’19, has done just that with one of his latest projects, which features a miniature Columbia inside a vintage cigar box. Myles has a blog and a YouTube page where he displays his photography, ink drawings, watercolors, and even sculptures. Now that […]
Last week, we sent Bwoggers Jessa Nootbaar and Jennifer Nugent to cover the CU Vegan Society’s second meeting of the semester. In keeping with Bwog’s tradition of foodie ClubHops (second culinary club of the spring semester and going strong!!), this week we’ve decided to go abroad: to France. Columbia University French Cultural Society invited us […]
Sarah H. Cleveland is Columbia Law School’s Louis Henkin Professor of Human and Constitutional Rights, as well as the Faculty Co-Director of the Human Rights Institute. Her areas of expertise include National Security and International Humanitarian Law, Foreign Affairs and the Constitution, and International Law in U.S. Courts. Last night at 6 pm, she held […]
Two weeks ago, we finally acknowledged how fucking cold it was. Now we don’t know what’s happening with the weather. Is it snowing? Cloudy? Sunny? Windy? Raining? Since it’s only the beginning of February, anything could happen. But have no fear! The Bwog Staff has compiled a list of ways to stay warm for the rest of […]
In 2006, Elizabeth Gilbert wrote Eat, Pray, Love, a memoir detailing her adventures in three different countries and across two different continents. She spent four months eating in Italy, three months finding her spirituality in India, and the rest of the year falling in love in Bali, Indonesia. Fast forward to 2015: Bwog has decided […]
This semester, The CU Players are tackling Jonathan Marc Sherman’s Things We Want. The playwright describes the show as a “dirty, sexy, suicide comedy,” and the cast seems to agree. The show goes up this Thursday night, October 22, at 8pm in the Lerner Black Box theater. But before the lights go dim, Bwogger and theater enthusiast […]
Almost a full year ago, Senior Staff Writer and Video Editor Anna Hotter ventured to Williamsburg to see NYU-Columbia duo Jack + Eliza in concert. In light of it being the almost-anniversary of Anna’s post about this event, Bwogger Lila Etter headed to The Knitting Factory on Friday night to check out the band for […]