Clueless SEAS Bwogger Skylar Li tries to understand cutting-edge nanomedicine research, nanocrystal TV screens, and who exactly Raman is.
New York City is packed with amazing culture and inspiring art, but sometimes it’s difficult to break the Morningside-bubble and experience it all first-hand. “Where Art Thou” is a weekly guide to interesting and notable
Bwogger Jordan Merrill ventures deep into the fiery pits of the 116 St. subway station to sit down with the famous subway rat affectionately known as Rat. My palms are sweating, a sure and obvious
Bwogger Zach Fisher details his first hand experience of studying on an incline in Lerner, and discusses his confusion at how students can productively study there.
It’s the start of a new year here at Columbia. The sun is shining. The birds are singing. The semester is just beginning, and you decide it’s time for a tattoo. But not just any tattoo, a Columbia University themed tattoo. Maybe the heady days of NSOP have inspired you, maybe the return to campus […]
Good morning, afternoon, Morningside! As NSOP comes to a close and you new students spend your first full weekend on campus, hopefully you’ve gotten a good idea of what 116th has to offer.
It has been a long semester, and all good things must come to an end. Today, now-seasoned Bwog veteran Andrew Chee has the scoop on the latest and final GSSC meeting for the semester. Dr. Anne Goldfield, the GS liaison at the office of Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS), stepped in for this meeting to elaborate […]
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Today is Columbia’s Activities Fair, when hundreds of Columbia’s clubs and organizations put out their biggest banners and bowls of candy to attract new members. Stop by College Walk from 12 pm to 4 pm – you’ll know you’re in the right place by the sea of first-years and folding tables.B And be sure to […]
Today’s first senior wisdom is from Matt Neky, who reminds us to stay hydrated, stay compassionate, and go to Hamdel. Name, School, Major, Hometown: Matt Neky, Columbia College, Biochemistry, Pittsburgh Claim to fame: Posting a video of myself wall twerking in the class of 2018 group, having a messy snap story that has been described by multiple […]
What’s Happening In The World: Twenty were killed yesterday after an attempted mass escape led by gunmen at a prison in northern Brazil led to a gun battle with the police. Nineteen of the deceased have been identified as prisoners or their supporters. (New York Times) What’s Happening In The Country: Yesterday, sweet baby Mark Zuckerberg […]
Betsy Ladyzhets and Brent Morden do a lot of things together: organize an honor band, co-sign emails, have a dinner meeting in the Diana without actually eating dinner because Brent is going to Ferris later. So, we thought it would make sense to also post their personals together, in the first post of our annual […]
Happening in the World: In Russia, Vladimir Putin is basically running for president against himself, and seems poised for reelection on March 15. The Kremlin is struggling to make the campaign interesting, however; current organizations attempting to “generate buzz” include “I Really Like Putin!”, “For Putin!”, and “Putin Team.” (NYT) Happening in the US: An Amtrak engineer in […]