This year’s commencement ceremony will be completely virtual, per an announcement today. It will occur on April 30, with degrees awarded between April and June.
On Monday, Columbia’s COVID-19 vaccine symposium kicked off with a press conference featuring Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Tedros Ghebreyesus, Dr. Nancy Messonnier, and President Bollinger. Deputy Events Editor Grace Fitzgerald-Diaz and Daily Editor Henry Astor
Last Saturday, Staff Writer Samantha Seiff had the opportunity to view the Barnard Theatre Department’s virtual production On Loop, written by Charly Evon Simpson and directed by Professor Alice Reagan.
Are you a graduating senior? Have you been asked at least once if you’re in any housing groups yet only to be hit with the realization that you’re a senior? Then existential dread may be
We’ve given you the Barnard first-year experience in a Bingo board, now we’re going the opposite direction to give you the Barnard senior experience in a Bingo board. (Not to be confused with the Barnard Senior Experience™. Although, if you know where to get one of those tote bags, please let Betsy know. She’s getting […]
Some things are best expressed through bingo. Therefore, your friendly neighborhood first-year brings you… Barnard First-Year Bingo Realizing the Millie suit looks like…that… Bemoaning the quad’s laundry system Trying to maintain your high school sleep schedule Feeling like an impostor in Butler Attending office hours religiously Impulsively modifying your hair “OMG how will I ever make […]
As we enter the last full week of classes, the stress and anxiety of finals is getting to be a bit much. Although you’re probably tucking yourself in at a Butler table right now to pre-stress the finals stress, try to relax a little. We’ve compiled another witty game of Bingo so you can complain about […]
It’s finals week and you know what that means. We’ve lampooned the inanity of Butler before, but this year we’ve adapted Butler Bingo around those closest (literally) to you: Butler Archetypes. Here’s how to play: sit in Butler. Look at the game board. Scroll over each square to read its description. Look around you. When […]
The learning starts today. Gather with philosopher queen Christia Mercer (substitute for Lit Hum legend Gareth Williams in the graph) to pore over the Iliad that you’ve all finished weeks ago! Head over to Lerner, the big glass thing, at 2:30. Graphic by Jon Hill
Columbia Film Theory prof James Schamus was profiled in the NYTimes Mag as a standout scholar and screenwriter. Schamus proves his Columbia ties by talking about Plato (“the philosopher’s job is to love knowledge, logos, but it’s always corporealized…”) and smoking near Dodge Hall (“Schamus found a spot in the sun behind Dodge Hall to smoke a cigar”). Professors—they’re […]
While you may have to invest in a pair of swimmies and a ski mask to get to the subway station, the lovelies at Inside New York have found some options for the more adventurous members of the Columbia community. Avant-garde or just sort of trippy? If weather conditions permit, The DUMBO Arts Center has proposed to […]
Midterms are here and procrastination season is in full swing, so Bwog wants to help you make the most (make the least?) of your wasted time. We’ve created a bingo game for everyone studying in Butler to play. The game board is filled with 25 of Butler’s most common annoyances and quirks around exam season. Everyone is eligible—simply […]