Bwog’s Saturday Daily Editor, Lauren Kahme, attends a roundtable discussion on the rapid climate change occurring on the Tibetan Plateau, a massive region of land in Central and East Asia categorized by its high elevation.
An anonymous staff writer found his way into the NYU Class of 2023 GroupMe chat this summer as a result of mere happenstance. After flooding the chat with memes for a while, he was overcome
While sipping on apple cider in Professor Nancy Workman’s office, Bwogger Donna Qi engaged in a symposium with her professor on all things LitHum!
Managing Editor Zack Abrams attended Wednesday’s event “400 Years: A conversation about Journalism, History, and the 1619 Project,” where Nikole Hannah-Jones and Jamelle Bouie of the New York Times answered questions from Columbia’s own Jelani
After hours of poring over applications, we get our first (sort of) glimpses at the class of 2021. Today, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions released their first round of letters to early decision applicants– as well as some statistics about them. This year, Undergraduate Admissions received 4,086 Early Decision applications to Columbia College and The […]
Do you always whine like a baby when they announce the Bacchanal lineup? Well, this year you have a chance to have a say in who they bring. Bacchanal Town Hall tonight at 9PM in 602 Hamilton. Here are CCSC’s recommendations for the meeting: – Have contacts with an artist that would be perfect for the spring […]
In the latest installment of SocketHop, Minister of Miracles, Marcus the Magn(et)ificent Levine, answers why your headphone-covered ears ring when you walk through the Butler detectors? Don’t let the tranquil, seldom broken silence of the reading rooms fool you—Butler is a very loud place. Not just Butler, but practically everywhere in the modern world is […]
Hark! Bwog stumbled upon something new outside of everyone’s favorite place to wait online on Sunday mornings, Community Food & Juice: a new “stroller parking” section, which can be found outside the entrance along a metal bar of scaffolding. That’s right, here in New York City’s more family-friendly crevices, we don’t have parking for cars, […]
It was three years ago today (and a short time after Bwog’s birth) that an intrepid photographer captured the mythical Snow Baby Starfish on film for the first (and, tragically, only) time while the creature posed on College Walk in the newly fallen snow. We’d like to take this opportunity to share the pink-cheeked love […]
Hey jobless alumni, why so glum? With your Columbia degree, the world is at your fingertips: first phone sex operating (“executive stress relief”), and now digital entrepreneurship. Bwog caught up with Kareem Shaya, former Fed editor-in-chief and inventor of famous website Send Barack Your Baby, which lately has gotten all sorts of attention from the […]
Bwogger Katie Reedy overheard the phone conversation of a dorm security guard… “I know. I know, I was like ‘oh damn’ too… Yea, and so I asked her, I said, ‘Girl, how do you know it’s mine.’ And she said, ‘I didn’t ever do it with anyone else.’ And I was like, ‘What?! Girl, I […]
Bwog came across this flyer on a lamppost on Broadway near 113th today, and immediately melted from cuteness-overload. Our heart goes out to this poor child—the loss of a favored toy is a tragic event, indeed. Like the Good Samaritans we are, Bwog will do anything in its power to reunite blue giraffe with his […]
More stuff you shouldn’t have saved on a public computer. However, only the artists know the intentions that lie behind these choices. Since they are dead, we will never know but can guess. These artists seem almost the equivalent of psychologists in that rather than telling us what is important, they depict it […]