The times are indeed a-changin’!
The biggest day in the literary year has arrived: The announcing of 2008’s Pulitzer Winners. The Washington Post earned 6 awards this year, while hometown rag The New York Times earned just 2. Bob Dylan also earned a “Special Citation” for “his profound impact on popular music and American culture, marked by lyrical compositions of […]
Remember like, a month ago when art ran amok? Well its reign of terror continues, this time in the Piano Lounge, where last week’s wall against prejudice has taken up temporary residence. It’s worth a walk-around, and the fact that the piece dominates the once-roomy lounge is probably symbolic, or something–Bwog finds it a bit […]
Rare is the day when Bwog kicks things off by satisfying your doubtless insatiable appetite for Columbia-related experimental art news, but here goes: The recent spate of bias incidents have led John DeSerio, GS, to undertake a marathon social and artistic experiment: for the next week, his “word wall” will be on display on Low […]