With midterms (mostly) over and finals yet to start, I took on my biggest Cooking With Bwog challenge yet. (Previously, I have Eaten My Way Through the Core.) Follow along as I recount four perilous
Dr. Robyn Gershon, an epidemiologist and an expert on disaster preparation in the workplace, addressed students in a lecture hosted by CU Journal of Global Health.
Staff writer Mary Qiu tuned into CU Players’ two-part performance of Radio Island this weekend directed by Emma Gometz (CC ‘21) and produced by Diana Gregoire (CC ‘23) and Joanna Berkowitz (BC ‘22), and it
Jessica walks up to the podium to give her valedictorian speech, all while unaware that Bella is about to turn into a vampire in the next movie.
While campus is closed for the semester, the Milstein Center and their Teaching and Learning Centers have been working to provide online support and resources for students on their semester away. Most are providing events, tutorials, and virtual office-hours to help with personal and school-related projects. The Barnard Library has provided a concise guide to […]
Welcome potential STEM first-year and transfer students! Although your entrance into college may not be ideal, Bwog still has some advice on how to start your college career off on the best foot. Deputy Editor (and Astrophysicist-in-Training) Mary Clare Greenlees and Deputy Science Editor Chloe Gong have compiled everything you need to know.
It’s another day of shattered hearts and broken dreams. It’s . . . Housing™.
Let’s meet the next guest in our Major Spotlight’s lineup–Astrophysics! An impressive-sounding name to make people you meet say “oh, wow!”, but still disappoint your parents that you’re not an engineer. Though the major still needs to be petitioned for at Barnard, it still holds a special place in our hearts.