Though I speak with the tongues of Bwog and of students, but have not pitches, I am become as sounding Spec, or a tinkling Jester.
Bwogger Jordan Merrill tells the people what they need to hear. As Columbia slash Barnard students, we can be certain about one thing: we are all fucking nerds. I never thought it would come to the
Sports Editor? Staff Writer? Jana Jaran attends a Columbia University Public Outreach lecture lead by astronomy researcher John Brewer about methods of finding planets in space and what the discovery of Earth-like planets mean for our future.
Happening in the World: Thirteen same-sex couples in Japan have filed a lawsuit in Japan, alleging that the country’s rejection of same-sex marriages violates their constitutional rights.
Yesterday, Chief Architect of the IBM Food Trust and Columbia Alumnus Yi-Min Chee came to speak at Columbia about the business applications of blockchain technology in his lecture “Blockchain: A Solutions Perspective”. In collaboration with
Once again, Staff Writer Sam Azanza complains about something. This time, it’s about Barnard’s roommate questionnaire. As always, please take their articles with a grain of salt.
Yesterday in Mudd Hall, Martina T. Nguyen, Assistant Professor in History at Baruch College, led a lecture event on Political Literary Action and the Self-Strengthening Literary Movement in Vietnam. Bwog sent staff writer, Maya Corral,
It’s the day after Valentines Day, which means all of the cheap chocolates at Morton Williams are going on sale — stock up while you can. While you’re waiting in the Mo’ Willy’s line with
Managing Editor Zack Abrams recently got a full weekend’s worth of fun out of a rented projector, adapter, and screen from IMATS at Barnard. Here’s his guide on how to bring the fun to your
Sports Editor Abby Rubel stops tanning to bring you the latest from Athletics. Baseball: The Lions (12-21, 8-4 Ivy) swept Brown (7-19, 3-9 Ivy) this weekend in Rhode Island. Columbia is now second in the Ivy League standings, a game behind Harvard. Brown remained in seventh place. The Lions dominated the first game 8-2. Brown […]
While you’re enjoying Bacchanal (or shivering your butt off), Columbia’s teams are busy taking on Ivy opponents. Baseball: The Lions (8-18, 4-2 Ivy) head up to Hanover this weekend to take on Dartmouth (5-13, 1-1-1 Ivy) in their first conference roadtrip of the season. Columbia is currently tied with Yale for first place; the Bulldogs […]
Champion of the sporting life Ross Chapman went to a softball game and lived to tell the tale, sustained only by fevered visions of you, dear reader. A few squandered offensive opportunities left the Lions low after game one, but a powerful pitching performance by Tessa Kroll helped the Columbia softball team split a cold […]
With baseball season well underway, the Lions are doing pretty well. Bwog’s sports-savvy lefty Max Rettig caught up with pitcher, and fellow lefty, David Speer, who is enjoying quite a good season. Catch the interview below. Bwog: What’s the team culture like, especially when traveling? David: We’re all pretty much best friends. Our fall workouts […]
Another weekend has passed, and another track and field record has been passed. Baseball beat the Crimson; softball did not. Tennis continued to serve up victories. Catch the run-down from Bwog super sports fan Max Rettig. Baseball: The Lions won both games against Harvard on the power of offense, with 12-6 and 8-2 wins. In […]
After the basketball team lost last Wednesday, BwogSports became depressed. All good things, like the Lions’ historic season, must come to an end, though. Today, that sadness turns into happiness and hopefulness. As Major League Baseball begins, and Columbia baseball and softball begin Ivy League competition, Max Rettig brings you an update on Columbia’s spring […]
As “spring” begins and Columbia baseball starts its season, we can look forward to a changing tone in the school’s year. Beyond that basketball continues to own and things are looking good. Gladly we have maximally effective sports commentator Max Rettig to provide coverage. The Columbia baseball team opened its season in sunny and warm […]
As registration gets closer, Bwog gets more nervous about what PE class to take. So we set to work immediately to narrow down the Sweet 16. Round Two Results: Ok well we’re running out of space on this piece of paper but we’ve already determined that doing this by hand was the shittiest idea we’ve […]
After months of receiving responses like “All information being provided is included in the release that was sent” (Laurence Bolotin), “It would be inappropriate for anyone from our Department to comment” (Athletics, full email after jump), and “you’re on Bwog I’m not gonna tell you anything, assface” (all our friends), we finally got an email […]
High five the baseball team next time you see them–they’re Ivy League Champs! Sports fan Luca Marzorati tells the triumphant tale… For the first time in six years, the Columbia baseball team earned a berth in the NCAA Tournament, as the Lions won back-to-back games against Dartmouth on Saturday for an 11th Ivy League Championship. […]
So why don’t you join us? We know you’re all blowing off class/work this week because of Thanksgiving Break anyway, so spend some of your newfound spare time (specifically that between 9-10 pm) in the crypt of St. Paul’s Chapel with convivial company, delightful discussion, and the tastiest of treats. We’ll be talking new pitches for […]
QuickTix runs alternate Wednesdays, and spreads word of the TIC. Own your student ID. Tickets sold for on campus events this week: 819 Campus events on sale now: MP3 Experiment: September 9th, 12 pm, Ancel Plaza, FREE, Tickets. Lyrics from Lockdown: September 24th, 7 pm, Miller Theatre, $7 w/CUID, Tickets. Tickets sold for off campus events this week: […]
We continue to respect our heritage/amorous affair with our mother-magazine, The Blue & White by posting each issue of the magazine online. The latest issue, available this week around campus, is a cornucopia of delights: an interview with Dean Peter Awn; the quixotic quest for a Quidditch team; and a reflection on Columbia’s recent media malaise. In Campus Characters, the Blue & White […]
It’s kind of hard to be thankful for Columbia at the end of November. Finals and papers loom, everyone suddenly remembers what school is like when it’s cold, and you’re just waiting for that “oh shiiiiit” moment the Monday you get back from break. We’re happy to be away this weekend, too, but we figured […]
The men’s heavyweight eight won their fifth race in a row last night, defeating 14th-ranked Yale and Penn for the Blackwell Cup at Orchard Beach Lagoon, N.Y. The Lions won the event with a time of 5:54.0, two seconds ahead of Yale and 13 ahead of Penn. The Varsity Eight has yet to lose this […]