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.
We’ve finally reached the end of the semester! After doing Field Notes for the entire 2017-2018 year, the messiness of Bwog Staff’s weekend is finally coming to a close. Here are this weekend’s highlights, from free bleeding to finals despair. If you have any stories you would like to be added to this week’s Field Notes, […]
It’s that time of year again! I am writing this in Butler instead of my bed like I usually do. That’s how you know it’s reading week. Our Bwog members had one last round of fun before hitting the books (or not, we don’t judge) for finals. Enjoy the stories from this weekend from us truly. […]
Happening in the World: The caravan of over 150 migrants have reached the US-Mexico border in Tijuana, California, after starting their journey on the Mexico-Guatemala border. This group hopes to gain asylum in the US in a political climate currently dominated by conversations regarding immigration. (Let them in.) (NY Times) Happening in the US: In an attempt […]
Blaze it and raise it! Friday marked 4/20, every stoner’s favorite holiday. Columbia students were festive for the occasion, lighting up in honor of the one day a year people don’t care that you’re smoking. Here, in no particular order, are the best stories from this weekend. If you have any stories that you want to add, […]
Happening Around the World: Duchess Kate has given birth to her third child with Prince William, a baby boy. This child is now fifth in line for the British throne. (CBS) Happening in the US: The hunt for the man who shot up a Waffle House in Kentucky, killing 4 individuals and injuring others, continues into its second […]
You know the drill. We do stuff over the weekend that may be fun, may be regrettable, or is just plain weird. We post them for you. Here is this weekend’s edition of Field Notes. If you have any stories that you think may be a good addition to this, email us at email@example.com and we […]
Today marks the announcement of the winners of the 102nd Pulitzer Prize awards, an event held by Columbia University each year to honor excellence in the field of journalism. The announcement, held today at 3PM, occurred in the only suitable place for such an event – Pulitzer Hall. The notable winners of this group include Kendrick Lamar with DAMN, the […]
Housing selection got you down? Haven’t thought ahead about finals? Too bad, because today marks the beginning of another way for you to regret your next semester choices before it even starts. Unless you’re a graduating senior, hopefully you have started to think about the classes you want to take next year because today marks the first day […]
Happening Around the World: Former Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi has stated that the current Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, may quit as soon as June after dealing with multiple scandals regarding corruption and cover-ups. (Reuters) Happening in the US: Former First Lady Barbara Bush has notified media that she will not be looking for treatment for her […]
Well. This weekend was rough for many, to say the least. Need I say more? Bacchanal brought out the worst in many Bwog Staffers, leading to wonderful stories for us to recount to everyone. If you have any Bacchanal or weekend stories that you think are noteworthy (we know you got them), send us an email […]
Today marks the beginning of the three-day long Academic Freedom Week, an event held by groups such as Columbia University Apartheid Divest, Student-Worker Solidarity, Barnard Columbia Socialists, and more. The purpose of the events, according to them, is to “bring together a range of academics and activists who have been, because of their ideas and […]
Happening Around the World: The Syrian government has received international criticism after being accused of killing dozens of civilians in Douma in a recent chemical attack. (NPR) Happening in the US: A Florida woman recently claimed during her arrest for cocaine possession that it was the “wind” that “blew it in her purse” that was […]
Another week, another messy weekend. Bwog Editor Thomas Saenz has collected the weekend’s best (or worst) events that Bwog Staff underwent for your enjoyment. If you have any weekend stories you want to be added, send us them at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add them! Bwog and Alcohol/Drugs: Decimated some NYU Republicans at beer pong. […]
Happening Around the World: The Chinese space station that everyone was worried about hitting the Earth (while also praying it hit their city lmao) finally took its mediocre plunge to Earth and landed… in the South Pacific Ocean. (NBC) Happening in the US: After Trump decided to increase tariffs on Chinese aluminum and steel, the Chinese […]
Spring break may have been over for two weeks, but some Bwog Staffers are still partying it up like they’re in Miami Beach. Luckily, we have collected all of their stories and amassed them just for you. If you have any stories from the weekend you would like added, email us at email@example.com and we will […]