Have celebrities lost their minds? Professional tabloid reader and Twitter user Miyoki Walker has taken it upon herself to answer the question by ranking famous alumni behavior during the quarantine. 8. Jake Gyllenhaal As we
In an email to CC and SEAS students sent this morning, the Columbia Election Commission announced student government representatives for the coming years and the passage of the divestment referendum. 61.04% of participating students voted
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Zoom’s online but you know what else is online? Coolmath Games. Oh wait, we’re being graded. Bwog Staff gets it. Trying to stay focused during classes was already hard enough but now a million distractions are literally just a click away. Luckily, we have some sure-fire, tried-and-tested ways to ensure that you get the most […]
Daily Editor Sam Losee has left her house way too few times since moving back home in March. Since then her social skills have vanished, her brain has rotted, and her relationship with the neighborhood creatures has strengthened beyond belief.
Whether next semester ends up being online or not, we all have a lot of Zoom meetings ahead of us before all this is over. So here’s some tips for professors, from students, to make the online learning experience as palatable as possible!
The year was 2017. Bwog had decided to revisit our seminal 95 theses post for the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s seminal shitpost. We thought we had at least another 500 years before we had to do this again. Then the ‘Rona happened, and since it’s been 500 years in quarantime, we give you the 95 theses: re-revisited.
Columbia Confessions has been the backbone of my time in quarantine. The real, often hilarious posts give insight to sides of Columbia the world rarely gets to see: the sad, the angry, and, of course, the yearning. Bored out of my mind and obsessed with the later type, I’ve decided to catalog its subcategories and […]