It is the worst of times, and the most liminal of times. Reading week snuck up on us with a slap and here we are during finals: broken, disheartened, and yearning for summer (why is it still
Rackrock Magazine has been accused of plagiarizing interview questions from a student unaffiliated from the organization.
Barnard’s President Sian Beilock announced, in an email to students, the inaugural Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Ariana González Stokas.
Content warning: this post includes descriptions of physical violence against a black student.
In an email sent to Barnard students this morning, Barnard announced that Aramark will be replaced with Chartwells Higher Education Dining Services.
Barnard’s search for a new Dean has come to a close.
John Henry Coatsworth, the Provost of Columbia University, will resign from his position on June 30, 2019, according to an email sent out by University President Lee Bollinger early this morning.
In an email sent at 9:45 pm tonight, Columbia College and SEAS students were alerted of an incident of non-consensual filming of a person in a Broadway Hall women’s bathroom. No suspect has been identified at this time, and Public Safety has opened an investigation.
Newsletter Editor Eva Sher has been in bed for two hours now refreshing her email, Facebook, and Slack feeds hoping for a snow day tomorrow.
New England Patriots owner and Columbia donor Robert Kraft, CC ‘63, has been charged with two counts of soliciting prostitution as part of a major human trafficking investigation, according to police in Jupiter, Florida.
Amir’s, the little restaurant on Broadway between 113th and 114th that served Middle Eastern and vegetarian fare, has closed, at least temporarily. There is a sign on the door explaining that Amir’s “must close their doors for now,” but that the staff “feel that this is not a final goodbye”; they “hope to ‘pop-up’ really […]
According to a statement given to Bwog early Wednesday morning, Barnard College has banned Julian von Abele CC ‘21, the student who went on a racist tirade in front of Butler Library early Sunday morning, from its campus. In its statement, Barnard affirmed that this decision originates from the fact that several of the individuals […]
This morning, Barnard announced via email that Holly Tedder will serve as the new ADA and Section 504 Director leading the Office of Disability Services starting in January. Ms. Tedder has ample experience in higher education and disability services; she currently serves as the Director of Disability Services and Associate Registrar at The Juilliard School in Manhattan. […]
Editor’s note: this article contains descriptions of physical hazing. Bwog has received a detailed report about the initiation process of Columbia’s chapter of Lambda Phi Epsilon which details the extreme hazing pledges are forced to endure. According to an anonymous student who pledged the fraternity in the Spring of 2018 and disaffiliated this semester (Fall […]
Nimesh Patel, a comedian known for being the first Indian-American writer for Saturday Night Live, had his stand-up routine at cultureSHOCK cut short earlier tonight due to uncomfortable jokes. cultureSHOCK, an event hosted by the Asian American Alliance, is a charity performance showcase that aims to provide a space to celebrate Asian American expression. Patel was one […]
Late yesterday, the office of Professor Elizabeth Midlarsky, a Jewish professor at the Teacher’s College who studies the Holocaust, was vandalized with anti-Semitic hate speech and two swastikas. This is not the first time this has happened; in 2007, Professor Midlarsky’s office was vandalized and she received an anti-Semitic flyer in her school mailbox. The […]