Deputy Editor Lillian Rountree, Deputy Events Editor Grace Fitzgerald-Diaz, and SGA Bureau Chief Grace Novarr spoke with the three dissenting members of the GWC-UAW Bargaining Committee following the announcement of the tentative contract rejection and
Columbia announced that faculty and staff need to get vaccinated by September 1, 2021, in preparation for the fall semester, according to an email sent earlier this morning by University Vice President Gerry Rosberg and
The DEI commission shared their report directly with SEAS students today and asked for feedback regarding its content.
In a close vote, graduate student workers have decided against the proposed contract from the bargaining committee and the University.
Bwog surveyed students across the four undergraduate colleges to better understand the impacts of the GWC-UAW strike on their academic and emotional wellbeing.
Although the internet has been buzzing about that white/gold/black/blue dress (we even wrote an entire Bwoglines about the damn thing), artist Nelson Shanks admitted in an interview that he painted the shadow of Monica Lewinsky’s blue dress in his 2006 presidential portrait of Bill Clinton. See if you can spot the addition on the left side of […]
Bwog sent two of its artistically inclined daily editors to check out the scene at Morningside Lights, a community arts festival. Check out their stunning lantern interpretation of the broadway sheep, and their experiences with additive light! Bwog ventured into the land of the artistic on Friday in celebration of the Morningside Lights Festival. Upon walking into […]
The Arts Initiative is sponsoring a free five hour (!!!) Drawathon tonight in 501 Dodge from 6 to 11 pm featuring various snacks included but not limited to: cookies, chips, pretzels, cheese, and dips. Prepare for artistic adventure as seven student figure models pose for your drawing pleasure. There will be art supplies there, so […]
It was announced today that Melissa Smey, Director of Miller Theatre, will be taking over leadership of Columbia’s Arts Initiative. In his university-wide e-mail, PrezBo praised Smey’s work in revamping Miller’s agenda — remember Sonic Youth? — which we chronicled in our profile of her in the November issue of The Blue & White. Bollinger, […]
The taste of free food, the sight of student artwork, the sounds of music from iPod speakers, the smell of Lerner, and a touch of class. CU Exposure is giving away free food on the second floor of Lerner now until 1 pm. Artwork by Columbia students is on display. Go appreciate your fellow students […]
Back today and here to stay on alternate Wednesdays, QuickTix brings you the most popular shows and tips on what to see from behind the desk of the TIC. So far, what have October’s top shows been? 5. American Masters presents Joan Baez. 4. “Oleanna.” Just maybe because one of the stars is Columbia alum […]
Bwog wishes it was easier to keep in touch with our old friend, CU Arts. That’s why we’re ecstatic to announce that the the folks at the Ticketing Information Center are willing to keep us updated on what arts events Columbia wants to see and hear. Presenting the first ever edition of QuickTix, including an […]
Those of you who hit the American Apparel sale early will have already seen him, but Bwog assumes that there are a few un-stylish souls out there who have yet to see the Ted Kennedy’s face peering up at them from the sidewalk of Broadway and 110th. The currently hairless and earless portrait is surrounded […]
The Visual Arts Class of 2009 will have a double celebration for their work and thesis exhibitions today. The most artistically inclined among us will be hosting Open Studios at Watson Hall at 612 115th Street and Broadway from 4-6. The Thesis Exhibition Opening will follow from 6-8 at the Neiman Gallery in Dodge. Remember […]
– Thurman, on right, with Moravec (photo by Lucien Marc Smith) At least one senior already has a solid paragraph for the alumni notes: yesterday, the Times‘s “The Moment” blog briefly profiled soon-to-be-graduate Kyle Thurman. Thurman and recent New School grad Matthew Moravec are five days into their first art show, running until March 29th […]
– Photo by JCD No, the crime franchise isn’t adding a musical (although it now has a UK spinoff). Rather, trailers for Law & Order SVU are outside Milano Market right now! Although neither Milano nor any of the other establishments along the block are closed for filming, fear not: parking notices indicate that the […]
– Photo via New York Former UWriting teacher Reif Larsen has escaped the Core’s clutches and gone on to greater things, as publishers absolutely lost their minds over his debut The Selected Works of T.S. Spivet, which is about a 12 year old boy who obsessively draws everything he sees. Larsen’s book is a collage […]
Issue 2 of C-Spot, Columbia’s “erotic review,” is now on the shelves and online. There’s a new gallery of your classmates, and here’s some quotes from the new issue for your titillation. “Conceivably, Columbia gives us everything we should ever need to be all-stars in the bedroom: perseverance, open-mindedness, creativity, confidence, adaptability etc.” “Once perhaps […]
A big Bwog welcome to C-Spot, “a new erotic review produced by Columbia students,” which we delightedly noticed on stands yesterday. This campus has been bereft of an honest-to-god sex magazine since the short life of Outlet–which never even ended up in print, and is sadly no longer available online–as has Harvard, whose flash-in-the-pan H-Bomb […]