Catch up on the latest gossip from CCSC as they discuss campus resources, appointment processes and Center for Career Education developments.
At 3:30 pm on Friday, sociologists Jennifer S. Hirsch and Shamus Khan joined Being Barnard for an Instagram live stream where they discussed some findings from their book, Sexual Citizens, an investigation of the culture
On Thursday, the Dean’s Grand Rounds presented “Delivering Equity Through the Public Health System” where Harvey V. Fineberg, MD, Ph.D. and Julio Frenck, MD, MPH, Ph.D., spoke about the steps public health and policy need
To start, we have to acknowledge three things: I never thought I would watch The Bachelor or any of its spinoffs: The Bachelorette, Bachelor Pad, Bachelor: Winter Games, and Bachelor in Paradise. In fact, I actively made fun of my friends for watching them. I have come to see the error of my ways. The Bachelor […]
Generally considered to be among the best of Barnard’s dorms, 620 is highly desired among seniors and juniors with great lottery numbers. On the upper floors, there are massive windows, lots of singles, and great views. Just watch out for the hill and dangerous proximity to Shake Shack.
Bwog’s first housing review of the day is a perennial sophomore favorite and junior “ok, I guess” – 600 W. 113th St, or The Building Formerly Known As Nussbaum. Although, now that the titular restaurant is re-opening and re-branding, maybe we should call it…Wu?
Alma Bwogger Betsy Ladyzhets and Senior Staff Writer Sarah Harty recap Barnard’s housing lottery.
Senior Staffer Sarah Harty eats, sleeps, and breathes the Diana Center Café. She’s not here for your “I don’t understand the system” bullshit. You can catch her there at all hours of the day. She brings you the REAL cost of eating at Diana 24/7.
In my year and a half at BaRnArD cOlLeGe Of CoLuMbIa UnIvErSiTy, I’ve noticed people have many opinions about Schermerhorn Hall. It’s hard to navigate. It’s far away. It doesn’t exist. However, its greatest mystery is how you even say it. Well, the answer is: It’s Schermerhorn, with a hard “ch.” Skermerhorn, if you will. I know […]
Over the holidays, Bwog brought you a Christmas playlist to soften the blow of finals while celebrating the ~festive~ atmosphere. However, post-New Year’s, winter is a whole other monster. And it’s really cold. So we made you a playlist for now too:
Happening In The World: Juan Guaidó, the leader of the opposition in Venezuela, has declared himself interim president to solve the country’s ongoing economic crisis. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said that the United States now recognizes Guaidó as the leader of Venezuela. Actual (former?) President Nicolas Maduro cut off diplomatic ties with the U.S. […]
The first snow has fallen. The Rockefeller Center tree has been lit. Michael Bublé has come out of hibernation. In other words, it’s Christmastime, and Bwog is here to give you the definitive best playlist of 2018. It may or may not be updated, depending on if there are any new holiday bangers released this […]
Appropriately, the first snow of the season took place on the opening night of KCST’s production of The Winter’s Tale. Bwogger Sarah Harty attended last night’s performance and is here to tell you why you should trek through the slush and go to the Glicker-Milstein Theatre. The director’s note in the program for The Winter’s […]
Columbia’s fall break is specifically scheduled over Election Day so students can go home and vote, so Bwog hopes you all did (or at least voted on campus). Whether you did or not, though, the results of these midterm elections are going to affect the country, the state, the city, and you. Yes, you! To […]