The Columbia Daily Spectator hasn’t published any content since September 25, as the result of a halt on publishing initiated by the site’s Managing Board over Spec’s lack of a suitable gender-based misconduct policy, according
Aaaand we’re back! GSSC Bureau Chief Olivia Mitchell gives you the highs and lows, the ups and downs, and the trials and tribulations of the first almost full General Studies Student Council meeting of the
This Bwogger attended an event centered around the effects of our warming climate, specifically as they relate to the wildfires ravaging the west coast.
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.
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
You may remember when we asked for your professors’ partisan opinions before the election, but now that it’s all over, we’re looking to see what they thought of the results. Did Andrew Gelman go to sleep at 8:30 or party ’til the early morn? Is there surprise? Merriment? Bleary eyes? Tell us your story by […]
With the first polls a little under a half-hour away from closing, we know that your election anxiety is mounting. Therefore, to ease your anticipation a bit, Bwog proudly brings you a roundup of its favorite election day liveblogs to keep you ahead of the game tonight as the first polls close up shop for […]
Columbia statistician/friend-of-Nate-Silver Andrew Gelman has resurfaced on everyone’s new favorite blog, FiveThirtyEight. Gelman uses FiveThirtyEight’s data to conclude that if Obama wins Virginia and it’s a close race in Indiana — both of which are looking increasingly likely — it’s literally a statistical certainty that Obama will win the race. Additionally, this means that the […]