The holiday season has hit your wallet hard, and now the bills are coming in. Think you can cut down on your spending? Not with everything Morningside Heights has to offer…
Whether you’re now in a taxi from LaGuardia just in time for your first class, or you’ve been scrubbing double-sided poster tape off of your dorm walls all break long, the Carousel of Progress has marched on with naught a look your way in our fair neighborhood. Join Morningside Heights as it proudly struts its […]
College Walk’s annual tree lighting ceremony may be this Thursday, but it’s already been five days since Thanksgiving goddamnit, and we just couldn’t wait. Decidedly non-denominational holiday cheer abounds in these Boringside Heights, and we want you to revel in it. Seen any other festive frivolities lurking around the neighborhood? Spot the occasional “Dank Pine” or […]
Bringing you the lastest in Morningside minutia: the Lerner stairs between floors two and three are broken. This is really important for everybody who checks their mailbox, and/or takes the stairs. Between “slight inconvenience” and “annoyance”
Thanksgiving—it’s on Thursday! And of course, our favorite Morningside Heights establishments are quite cognizant of this fact. Window turkeys and seasonal flavors abound, and we’ve rounded them up for your viewing pleasure. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
It’s November, which means it’s time to harvest the crops and begin the time of festive feasting. Columbia, in recognition of this, is doing its part to help you grow out that “winter coat” around your midsection.
This week, it’s all about the subtleties of Columbia architecture. Can you tell the differences in the photos below? Update: Further architectural curiosities abound! A tipster has sent us the photo below, showing a new “little blue bird creature” nestled between a few objects on the ever-growing 114th median sculpture. Curious in that it was […]
Perhaps he is there for structural balance? Or maybe he has been condemned to a life of holstering the statue’s weight for betraying his brother. Either way, since Bwog last passed by the sculpture, this strange little blue man has entered the postmodern circle of life. What’s going on here? Stay tuned for a review […]
McAC and Dining Services wants to thank you for helping them stomach the 712-foot sandwich that landed in front of Barnard earlier this week. To add to the momentous occasion, they have released a tally of the ingredients, almost all of which were consumed in a span of five minutes. Some of the ingredients (eggplant?) […]
With Hallow’s Eve quickly approaching, campus is starting to spiral further and further into the likes of a Tim Burton movie.
With Halloween quickly approaching, a few small changes have been made both on and off campus to prepare for maximum spookage.
If you are as impatient as the rest of us when waiting in line for anything, hopefully this week’s edition of Boringside Heights will make things move a bit more quickly.
These last few weeks, Morningside Heights has seen a few yet snazzy improvements. Also, in front of the circulation desks in 300 Butler, 16 computers have been revamped with Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Creative Suite. And look out for upgrades at the Digital Humanities Center (305 Butler), and three new Macs in the Music and Arts Library […]
The weather got you down? Holed off in your room with a few friends watching old re-runs because nothing new has come out on Hulu yet this season? Tricked yourself into caring about work enough to goto Butler, but now you’re just watching Youtube anyway? Sweet; same here. Below are a few tidbits to help […]
Welcome to Boringside Heights, in which Bwog chronicles the mundane modifications made on our campus and neighborhood! Just in time for your return/arrival, Columbia has improved itself. We shared with you dorm improvements, John Jay renovations, and the West Way redux. Check out what’s new for Fall 2011 below.
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