Barnard College has announced that it will replace the myBarnard Portal with a new, mobile-accessible server: Barnard Portal. Barnard Portal will launch on Monday, July 26.
Kale and lettuce plants have disappeared from the Barnard Community Garden, according to an Instagram story from the Barnard Garden Club.
Administrators and public health experts projected confidence and optimism for Columbia’s return to campus this fall in the most recent University Life Forum.
We are almost halfway through the summer and some of you might be saying AHHHH. We here at Bwog have been keeping ourselves busy (or not). Here’s to hoping the semester does not start up
Several teams, including Columbia Football, have posted their game schedules for the 2021 season, confirming that the Lions are ready to jump back into intercollegiate competition after being on hold due to the pandemic.
I can’t cook, but my friend Isobel–who, unlike me, has not recently set her toaster on fire–is here to help.
In the need to spice up your nighttime (or daytime) escapades? One boozy Bwogger reviews the latest arrival at International. Disclaimer: This message was not sponsored by Maven and is simply the result of a very good night. This new import at International is worth the scrutiny of your fake ID. To describe Maven’s crispy, bright […]
New York’s peak foliage was last week, meaning that the quality of our nice Autumn leaves can only decrease. In a state of emotional crisis when pondering this revelation, Daily Betsy Ladyzhets crafted a melancholy sonnet in remembrance of the great sights we had this Fall. Below you can also find some of Bwog’s pictures […]
Pumpkin carving is so passé. Bwog brings you a better way to not only enjoy your favorite autumnal herb, but also save your lungs the planet. Sate your urges with a pumpkin pipe for your tobacco and other “herbal products.” What you will need and where to get it: 1 small pumpkin—Greenmarket 6″ length of […]
Bwog hasn’t been able to stop wandering aimlessly around campus staring up at all of the beautiful trees and leaves these days. But we keep bumping into other people and hard objects, so in order to benefit the health of everyone around campus, we’ve compiled a photo essay featuring the bright foliage of this most […]
It’s a special time of year, that liminal time between summer and autumn, that time when one day is blustery and cold, the next rainy, and the third hot and sunny and wonderful. It’s also that time when building heating systems get schizophrenic. Housing’s annual email addressing this, this year sent October 3rd, is after the jump. […]
As the seasons are a-changin’ so is the Greenmarket, and this week’s sunny skies promise a full house! The chilly weather favors different fruits and veggies, so here’s the lowdown on the last-chance crops you want to snag this week. Lavender by the Bay will be back by popular demand. American Seafood will be in with […]
Remember how this weekend was all balmy and lovely? Are you loving today’s ultra-freeze? The winter season seems to be in full swing, but campus is a little behind. Behold Liz Naiden’s montage of delightful fall foliage after the jump. If you’d like to submit a photo essay, we’d love to publish it! Send photography […]
Clear sunny days like today make it easy to appreciate fall, a cruel and unpredictable season. Unfortunately days this lovely are few and far between and many of us end up, somewhat unfairly, associating the season with the end of summer blues, midterms, and other decidedly unpleasant things. But Bwog is here to make sure […]
You may have tests and essays as far as the eye can see…but then again, it’s supposed to be unbelievably gorgeous this weekend. Decamp yourself from Butler and discover joy again. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday I Kiffe NY: French Urban Cultures Festival Various times and locations through Oct. 28th Go be thuggin’, French-style. More […]
Autumn, the year’s most magical season, is finally upon us. To celebrate the changing of the leaves and the cooling of the air, Bwog will be suggesting different autumnal activities that are designed to increase your appreciation of the season. About forty minutes north on the Palisades is Dr. Davies Farm, a produce stand and […]
It’s your last weekend before the autumnal equinox, and apparently a beauty–time to store up some sunlight before your skin gets slack and pallid! Here are our picks for events around town; for on-campus stuff, refer to the handy sidebar to the right. Friday and Saturday Manhattan Cask Ale Festival noon – midnight Chelsea Brewing […]
There’s nothing Columbia students love more than an event they can’t get into. This week’s Obama/McCain event, PrezBo’s periodic fireside chats, and the Heights on just about any Thursday night all come to mind. Fall Fashion Week is about as exclusive as it gets, and that the week’s runway shows and collections have largely gone […]
As Rush Hour 3 and Stardust and the like trudge turgidly out of theaters, autumn brings a breath of fresh air. Fresh, Oscar-baity air. Bwog cineastes Daniel D’Addario, Jamie Johns, and Christian Kamongi are here to help you say yes to Coens, Cronenberg, and Clayton, and no to Alvin and the Chipmunks. September The Brave […]