With the end of, hopefully, our last online semester comes another edition of Bwog Staff’s favorite running series. Read up on the music that defined our semester while getting vaccinated and practicing social distancing!
This past year has been nothing short of a disaster for many people, but working, learning, and socializing through our computer screens has produced a few silver linings that we’d want to stick around.
A noose was found at the Union Theological Seminary on Wednesday afternoon in an incident currently being investigated by the NYPD as a hate crime.
Bwog can somehow explain the past 22 days of housing, but the mystery behind the resurrecting 6-person Plimpton suite will remain unsolved.
Tense? Anxious? Crooked? Long hours in Butler have some side effects and that includes but is not limited to: bad posture, back pain, a cough syrup addiction, and other unfortunate maladies. However, in the darkest hour, Stressbusters is back. Stressbusters – Columbia’s most important student organization, keeping the Columbia student body calm during the hell that is […]
Bwogline: Golden Globe nominations were announced early Monday morning, with La La Land and Moonlight earning the most. American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson and Stranger Things were among the big TV nominees. The ceremony, which will be hosted by Jimmy Fallon, will take place on January 8th. (Hollywood Reporter) Study Tip: Instead of memorizing the […]
In a passionate Op-Ed, Christopher Suprun, a Republican Texas presidential elector, announced he will not be submitting his vote to elect Donald Trump. Disappointed that Trump does not believe in Reagan’s “shining city on the hill” model, which Suprun forgets most people don’t believe in, his argument went the way of Reagan’s heart and film career. (NY […]
With the business school moving to Manhattanville, Uris Hall will soon be vacant. With no formal announcements on what the space will be used for (except that it will go to the “Arts and Sciences”), Bwog came up with some suggestions. Asian fusion dining hall Municipal airport Nordstrom Bar (to replace Cannon’s) Water park Cinema Hotel […]
Thanksgiving has passed, which means it’s time to get in the Holiday state of mind! This special edition of Bwog’s RoomHop features a room open to all, the Carman 7 Lounge. Residents of Carman 7 celebrated the beginning of Christmastime by transforming their lounge into a full out holiday party. The room is complete with […]
Niall Horan told a British outlet that the on-hiatus group, One Direction, will reunite in the near future. The extended hiatus that began earlier this year allowed individual band members to pursue solo careers. (Yahoo) Beyoncé has released a line of Christmas-themed merch. Unfortunately, the design depicting the pile of coal filling Jay Z’s stocking stuffer did […]
In this week’s Whine & Cheez, Bwog reviews one of the most aptly named bottles for this holiday season. Family Time Is Hard, a new Pinot Grigio from The Fat Jew, is delicious enough to block out your Trump-loving family. When the going gets tough, the wine starts flowing. Pinot Grigio, a light and crispy wine, may […]
Ross Chapman recounts the panel discussion, “Reading the Election”, in which the drama of this election cycle was connected to literature. This event was the perfect antidote for election season sour grapes. “In the wake of the election, what can the study of literature offer us?” Rachel Eisendrath posed this question to a somber Ella Weed […]
An LA resident is leading a lawsuit against Chipotle for feeling “excessively full” and realizing “that the burrito couldn’t have been just 300 calories”, the new chorizo one that is. Who would have guessed that packing chicken, pork, sausage rice, beans, and cheese into a tortilla would be so filling? (USA Today) Anna Farris may […]
Still waiting for that fake ID you ordered during NSOP? Frustrated at being the only one in your friend group not able to get into Mel’s? Well, don’t worry about that–Mel’s is sweaty anyway. But back to the IDs. Bwog dug up the deets on the downfall of the mainstream fake ID industry and is […]
In this week’s survey of Barnard’s SGA meeting, Dassi Karp discusses recent Seven Sister Conference and campus health, among other Barnard related initiatives. So, Barnard’s Student Government Association met again. In a departure from recent excitement (mostly about Barnard Contingent Faculty/UAW dealings with the admission, which don’t seem to have advanced at all), this week’s […]
Last night, students gathered in Dodge Fitness Center to protest a culture of intolerance as represented in the wrestling GroupMe. Students held up print outs of the messages and stood silently along the walls of Dodge from 8:30-10. At 10, they moved the protest to Low. Merriam Webster has reported that their most looked up […]
Metta World Peace, NBA Star, claims ghosts touched him inappropriately in his hotel room in Oklahoma City. World Peace remarked, “I’m taking one of the ghosts to court for touching me in the wrong places.” (Huffington Post) Scientists have found a hidden lake at the bottom of the gulf of Mexico. Apparently everyone and everything that […]
In the latest installment of Wine & Cheez, Bwog takes you through the aisles of International to pick out the greatest finds. This week’s pick, Bartenura’s Moscato, will not disappoint with its lingering fruity aftertaste and beautiful, blue bottle. Kosher never tasted so good. L’Chaim! Who has time for a cheese tasting during midterms? Better to cool off […]
Leo Bevilacqua recounts a true bizarre happening that occurred between the hours of 6 and 7 in the morning last Tuesday, not far from 116th and Broadway. Heading to an early morning class at Equinox, I left McBain sometime around 6:30 AM. It was a chilly morning, and I was bundled in a warm pullover. Particularly […]