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.
Update, 4/19 5:35 pm: To the prospective students featured in this post: The Bwog editors want to apologize for the tone of the comments below. We keep our comment sections as open as possible to encourage discussion and debate, but sometimes people get carried away. Prospies, please do not allow these few, highly vocal opinions […]
Ah, spring in New York. There’s something so nostalgic and old-fashioned about it all–afternoons in Central Park, evenings by Lincoln Center, students all over Low Steps at all hours of the day. . . This week, Bwog brings you some of the more dapper Columbians, all of whose sartorial ensembles seemed a tribute to Old […]
The rain subsided, and the latter part of the week brought days of glorious weather. Florals, spotted on the young and old alike, dominated College Walk in an apparent nod to Easter and general spring spirit. Bwog brings you some highlights. Annika and Trisha, BC/CC/SEAS/GS ’??, College Walk To parents/family: What brings you to Columbia? We’re […]
It may have been the first week of spring, but Mr. Sun had yet to rear his golden head. Lots of rain was in the forecasts this week, and campus style adapted accordingly. The trend seemed to be towards deep tones, heavy fabrics, and dark boots; still, everyone expressed optimism about the warmer weather ahead. […]
Black with a pop of color was the new black this week up in Columbia-land. As the temperature finally warmed and spring break loomed, Bwog spotted happy splashes of color everywhere, a reminder that winter, and indeed, midterms, won’t last forever. Alex Comiskey, SEAS ’11, Schermerhorn Major: Applied Math What are you wearing? I wanted […]
Bwog took a break this week from photographing eclectic students-about-campus to discuss fashion with the CU fashion experts: the editorial staff of Columbia’s new fashion magazine, Hoot Mag, and its associated blog. Noel Duan, CC ’13, Low Steps Where are you from? San Jose, California. What are some style points? I’m the co-editor-in-chief of Hoot Magazine, […]
You keep dressing sharply and Bwog will keep taking your picture! Here, another week’s snapshots of Columbia’s most stylish students. Katherine Taylor, BC ’13, Hewitt Dining Hall Where are you from? Originally St. Petersburg, Russia. What’s your major? I want to major in ballet and psychology. What inspires your fashion sense? I think the thirties […]
You know the drill: you wear things we like, we take pictures of you! As Seen on College Walk marches on, despite frigid temperatures and slush. Zhuoxi Lu, BC ’09, Barnard Gates So you graduated a couple of years ago. What brings you back? I’m meeting up with a friend. What was your major? Biology […]
Bwog: Sartorialist! You: campus! Bwog found the most stylin’ students outside Hamilton, next to the 1 train, and on College Walk, and we asked them where we can get their clothes. This week on As Seen as College Walk: the coolest glasses we’ve seen in a while, plus lots of freshmen. Mini-Bill Cunninghams Contessa Gayles […]
The weather in Morningside Heights over the past couple of days may not have been particularly cooperative, but neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night could keep these Columbians from stepping out in their winter best. This week, Bwog began to prowl College Walk and various Columbia/Barnard haunts (i.e., cafeterias) in the […]