On Monday, the Columbia University Presidential Scholars in Society and Neuroscience hosted an event exploring how an interdisciplinary approach incorporating neuroscience and psychology can inform ways to rethink the justice system to create better outcomes
GSSC Bureau Chief Olivia Mitchell is back at it again with the GSSC news you’ve all been waiting for. As always, President Jane Jeong GS’22 started out this week’s GSSC meeting with some presidential updates.
On Monday evening, four days after her already-iconic underwear brand celebrated its first birthday, Parade founder and CC dropout Cami Téllez spoke with the Columbia Marketing Club about the worst advice she’s ever received, the
Professors work hard to teach us in an online format. And perhaps their only break in the day is when we are in breakout rooms. So what do our professors really do in the main
UPDATE 8:38 PM: Alidad informed Bwog that he received a text message that he lost. However, Krebs has not received a text informing him that he won. Stand by. Just over 45 minutes ago, voting ended for the 2008 CCSC Elections. Ballots were cast, the gauntlet was thrown. While the CC listserv won’t receive an […]
UPDATE 2:42 PM: Damooei just called Bwog to inform us that the final word from Robert Taylor is that the Elections Board is not going to consider Krebs’ rules violation complaint because of the deal struck between Ness, Krebs, and Damooei. No idea what we’re talking about? Read on… The front page of today’s Spectator […]
In a very special [ed. note: and very sic] edition of Bwog Personals, we invite you to meet your eligible and handsome CCSC Presidential candidates. All interested parties should email email@example.com and we’ll arrange and pay for a date with one of these fine gentleman.
Well dressed and well rehearsed, CCSC E-board candidates strut their stuff for the final time this evening in Wien Lounge, as they debated for the second time, trying to wrangle every last vote before the moratorium on campaigning Tuesday morning. Alidad and George, both looking dapper with slightly loosened ties, recited their stumps as a […]
With only a week more of campaigning left, both CCSC E-Board candidates are starting to gather up endorsements. While Spec, Christian groups and other heavyweights have yet to back a candidate, Camp Krebs got a big boost with a CU College Dems endorsement. Alidad countered with BSO’s first ever endorsement and is currently leading Krebs in Greek […]
As we reported earlier, CCSC presidential candidate George Krebs challenged his opponent, Alidad Damooei, to a basketball showdown which was to be played this Friday in Dodge. As we also reported earlier, Krebs threatened that Damooei and Connect Columbia “be there or be square.” Neither there nor, arguably, square, Damooei has re-buffed Krebs’ basketball throwdown […]
DJ Tanner, the Pike-based hip-hop group comprised of Peter Capraro SEAS ’09 and Michael Kosdan SEAS ’09, has just released “The Experience,” in which DJ T thoroughly reps Krebs and company, citing, among other things, their fresh tattoos and an ability to rock gold hearts like ice cubes. While you can hear the tune here, […]
Today we saw our share of CCSC election controversy, but the E-board race has not been stirred too much. Now that policy can be discussed, however, more substance has emerged from the Krebs and Damooei camps. Damooei seems to have taken the lead in the multimedia department, already having released five videos on Youtube. Expect […]
Experience Columbia will experience a 10% decline in the number of available posters because of the now infamous letter of Adil Ahmed. The Elections Board ruled in their favor. Full letter after the jump. The Official Bwog Poster Count: Alidad Damooei: 1000 George Krebs: 900 -JJV
Tonight in the SGO, candidates had to file for positions on the Council. The only big surprise seems to be that Colin Drummond, once thought to be vying for the Exec Board, has decided to challenge Mark Johnson for 2009 Council. In what seems to be one of the least contested campaign seasons in recent […]
Because of this email, it looks like Alidad Damooei has filed a complaint against the Krebs camp for illegal campaigning before Spring Break. No comments from anyone right now, we’ll see soon what the Judicial Board does. If Krebs and Ahmed are found guilty, this first violation would most likely result in 10% reduction in […]
BREAKING: Alidad’s CCSC ticket announced, despite his vow to not go to Bwog first (See Quick Spec Below) Late last night in Lerner, amidst relatively minimal ballyhoo, Alidad Damooei unveiled the running mates soon to be on his ticket for the upcoming CCSC elections: VP Policy – Donna Desilus (CC ’09) VP Communications – Veronica […]
Home State: Circling her mother, she circles Albany now. State of the MTA: still sucks State Presence: Its not about putting a letter on the Bwog State Debate: Maybe this is why Obama never visits us Real eState: Public toilets = new housing?
Tonight seems to be the night, gentle reader, when Alidad Damooei will join George Krebs as CCSC Exec-board candidates. It is rumored he will be filming a campaign video to introduce himself and his ticket. He will not, however, be able to release this video until after spring break when the official campaign season begins […]
Another certain gossipy website was the focus of last night’s CCSC meeting. Satow Room bureau chief Martha Turewicz reports. From the first few minutes of last night’s CCSC meeting, there some early indications of the intensity to come. Proceedings started a few minutes past 8, and while the next hour was lost to constitutional review, […]