News Editor Lauren Kahme interviews the Co-Founder of The Testing Project, a grassroots movement advocating for essential workers’ protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What’s in a name? Sportsball expert Ross Chapman gets to the bottom of this Shakespearean question, tracing the evolution of basketball player Maodo Lo’s nickname. As the Class of 2016 gets ready for their last spring break, the Columbia community as a whole says goodbye to the Basketball Class of 2016, one which will live […]
As part of our continuing series on Columbia’s athletic promise- its existence and what you should do with that information- today we bring you an interview with Colette Sultana CC ’17. Colette and Sports Editor Ross Chapman talk squash, the upcoming season, and achieving that mythical Columbia work/life balance with sports tossed into the mix. Bwog: Believe […]
The ever athletic Ross Chapman gives you a plethora of reasons to attend this week’s games. It’s that time of year again. The posters are going up while the supply of beer in local stores is going down. This Saturday, everybody’s getting ready to go up to Baker Athletic Complex on the fan bus, dressed […]
Online publication (8, NYC) seeks Columbia sports fan to conduct interviews with players, explain sports terminology to us, revamp our sports coverage, and to cuddle on cold nights. Us: Snarky and unable to do much at Homecoming other than get really drunk and disappointed. Favorite things are worshipping PrezBo’s hair, complaining about PrezBo’s policies, and free […]
While athletics at Columbia get a bad rap because of a certain sport-which-shall-not-be-named, many of our teams have been performing incredibly well lately, and they all deserve attention. Instead of spotlighting one team, Bwog’s new Sports Editor Max Rettig is shining light on many winter sports teams as they head into their home stretches. Teams […]
Another school year, another season of Columbia Athletics. Max Rettig brings you the week’s highlight: The Lady Lions beat Fordham yesterday in the Columbia Invitational’s second day by a score of 3-1. Moye-McLaren put up a double-double (kills and digs, not points and rebounds). Three frosh-girls also pitched in for the Lion victory, with Jennifer […]