News Editor Lauren Kahme interviews the Co-Founder of The Testing Project, a grassroots movement advocating for essential workers’ protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bwog has been hanging around Joe quite a bit for the past few weeks. We’ve reviewed the vittles, invited you inside of our brain, and learned the true meaning of cupping. Below, Delicious Dessert Correspondent Diana Clarke reports on Joe’s newest addition, Robicelli’s cupcakes. Today’s flavors, Partida Tequila and Abuelita: I almost missed National Tequila […]
According to an email from Lee C.– and we trust him on these things– Dawn Greene just gave Columbia “the largest gift ever received by any U.S. university for the development of a single facility.” The single facility being the Jerome L. Greene Science Center dedicated to poking at the brain and stuff. For those […]
The Bwog thinks it might be time for Morningside Heights to send the NYC Mayor’s Office for Film and Television a nice big fruit basket. All day today Warner Brothers is filming a TV pilot for ABC, sexily called “The Traveler”, on Riverside Dr. between 110th and 114th (and with the mess extending on 113th […]
Update: Unexciting pictures after the jump. Film trucks for August Rush have returned to campus. As Bwog reported the other week, the film stars Robin Williams, that Felicity girl , hottie Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and that cute kid from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. We’ve learned that the film is a musical-fantasy-romance (everyone’s favorite!) that […]
Movie filming at Columbia! No, the Olsen twins aren’t making their glorious return—yet—but Columbia may catch glimpses this Wednesday of Robin Williams, that Felicity girl, hottie Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and that cute kid from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory filming August Rush. The movie poses that most important of questions: if you were separated from […]