Information about CU’s reopening has been slow in coming to the student body. Various Bwog staffers have attended webinars on reopening and sought out other resources to compile an up-to-date, updating list of what we
In light of the pandemic and a recent uptick in robberies in the area, Barnard sent an email to students outlining new safety procedures and emphasizing the necessity of commonplace safety practices. Highlights include several
Bureau Chief and resident organizational expert Olivia Mitchell shares our Bwog-approved packing list for the upcoming unprecedented school year, pandemic style. The Move-In Motto: When In Doubt, Keep It Out What’s Already Provided Extra-long twin
Yesterday afternoon, Barnard released their plans for move-in and initial quarantine procedures for upper-class students. All first-years and sophomores are invited back to live in the dorms, as well as juniors and seniors who have
Barnard academic and extracurricular departments shared their plans for the 2020-2021 academic year through a week dedicated to orienting students with the upcoming unique semester. Throughout the week of July 20 to July 24, Barnard
Barnard President Sian Beilock released a statement outlining Barnard’s ongoing mission addressing inequality and racism at the school.
Unsure of where to start when looking for classes? Debating on whether or not you actually want to follow through on your original plan for a major? Bwog’s here to help! Ah, yes…the Black Friday
At 5 pm on July 27, Executive Vice President of Arts & Science and Dean of the Faculty Amy Hungerford sent an email to graduate students and faculty instructors encouraging them to teach more classes
Staff Writer Julia Tolda bases this assessment on the two most important questions asked in every ice-breaker (in no particular order): “What’s your zodiac sign?” and “Who did you write about in your application?.”
Elections are right around the corner, and no, we’re not talking about the 2020 presidential race!
Welcome back all you city-slickers! Here are this week’s student council highlights, as brought to you by Bureau Chiefs Adam Kluge (CCSC), Lori Luo (ESC), Eliza Staples (SGA), and Olivia Mitchell (GSSC). As always, check in next Friday for new student council news and don’t forget to drink some Adam’s Ale if you’re gonna be […]
Your GSSC Bureau Chief Olivia Mitchell is back at it again, reporting on all the interesting comings and goings of the General Studies Student Council. Does she know how to properly use the various forms of alum? That, my friend, is the answer you’ll find when reading this week’s GSSC write-up.
Welcome back, y’all! Here’s this week’s student council information condensed into bite-sized form brought to you by Bureau Chiefs Adam Kluge (CCSC), Lori Luo (ESC), Eliza Staples (SGA), and Olivia Mitchell (GSSC). As always, check in next Friday for new student council news and have a great weekend!
This week, GSSC ran really short. Like, really short. Regardless, GSSC Bureau Chief Olivia Mitchell is here to report everything that went down this week, which included a very special, limited-edition experience of Vice President of Policy Joshua Lefkow GS ’20 as this week’s acting president. A coup d’état? Possibly!
GSSC Bureau Chief Olivia Mitchell reports on this week’s GSSC meeting, where the council talked with Michael Higgins GS ’21, the Co-Founder and Chair of the Food Pantry at Columbia, about food pantries on campus– including a brand new third location– and the upcoming Campus Hunger Education Week (CHEW), discussed financial allocation for the senior […]
Staff writer Olivia Mitchell covers GSSC this week as they discuss the pilot program for the low-cost meal plan, the importance of the student wellness survey, and gender-based misconduct and discrimination on campus.
GSSC Bureau Chief Cole Gengos provides the essential details of this week’s GSSC meeting in this weekly update. Curious about the new Columbia health insurance plan? Excited about Naloxone training? Like reading about financial allocation? You’ve come to the right post…