An email from the Associate Director of Student Engagement offered details on space availability, the reservation process, and more.
Barnard College has announced that it will replace the myBarnard Portal with a new, mobile-accessible server: Barnard Portal. Barnard Portal will launch on Monday, July 26.
Kale and lettuce plants have disappeared from the Barnard Community Garden, according to an Instagram story from the Barnard Garden Club.
Administrators and public health experts projected confidence and optimism for Columbia’s return to campus this fall in the most recent University Life Forum.
We are almost halfway through the summer and some of you might be saying AHHHH. We here at Bwog have been keeping ourselves busy (or not). Here’s to hoping the semester does not start up
Several teams, including Columbia Football, have posted their game schedules for the 2021 season, confirming that the Lions are ready to jump back into intercollegiate competition after being on hold due to the pandemic.
“The bitter truth was that AIDS did not just happen to America—it was allowed to happen by an array of institutions, all of which failed to perform their appropriate tasks to safeguard the public health.” – Prologue, And the Band Played On
What better way to spend your fall break than reading something that’s not required? (Gasp, I know right, radical). For today’s edition of Bwog Book Club, Bwogger Daniel Ortega-Venni brings to you the W.I.T.C.H. Graphic Novel series!
Bwog’s Book Club returns this week, with Bwogger Levi Cohen here to rhapsodize about British author Helen Oyeyemi’s 2017 short story collection, What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours. Bwog’s Book Club was started with the intention of spreading the literary love around campus and encourage you to pick up a book in your spare time.
This week in Bwog’s Book Club, senior staffer Abby Rubel recommends sci-fi short story master Harlan Ellison. Bwog’s Book Club is intended to spread the literary love around campus and encourage you to pick up a book, as opposed to your iPhone, in your spare time.
This week in Bwog’s Book Club, senior staffer Betsy Ladyzhets explains why you haven’t lived until you’ve read Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. Bwog’s Book Club was started this January with the intention of spreading the literary love around campus and encourage you to pick up a book, as opposed to your iPhone, in your […]
This week in Bwog’s Book Club, Staff Writer Elle reviews Jeff Lemire’s Sweet Tooth! Bwog’s Book Club was started this January with the intention of spreading the literary love around campus and encourage you to pick up a book, as opposed to your iPhone, in your spare time. If you have a piece of literature, be […]
In the latest issue of the Blue & White, Carolyn Ruvkun hangs with her heroes, the bubbly bibliophiles of Columbia libraries. “We have a responsibility to posterity,” explains Karen Green, Columbia Librarian for Medieval History and Graphic Novels. In their duty to capture history before it dissolves into the unrecorded past, Columbia’s librarians are entrusted […]
The Bwog Book Club invites you to join our discussion of the first segment of Denis Johnson’s serial noir, Nobody Move. If you missed July’s issue of Playboy, feel free to read the plot summary provided here and join us next time for a discussion of second segment published in this month’s magazine. Here are […]
A while back we introduced readers to the next Bwog Book Club book, Denis Johnson’s Nobody Move, a serial noir novel published in Playboy magazine. There’s been a slight change of plans: we’re reviewing the first two sections at once, starting early next week. That means you should find the nearest newsstand to pick up the […]
It has been a while since Bwog writers Pierce Stanley and Lucy Tang called to session a recent incarnation of the Bwog Book Club. For those short of memory or perhaps for whom the summer has worn on maybe a bit too long, the Bwog Book Club kicked off several weeks ago with a reading […]
Bwog Book Club is a “club” in which readers are encouraged to read modern works of literature, and then to read what we think about them. You can say what you think with the handy “post a comment” button. This time we’re reading the articles in soft-core porno mags. For the next Bwog book […]