We’re back with Science Fair, Bwog’s weekly curated list of interesting STEM-related talks, symposiums, and events happening on campus. For science and non-science majors alike, our list will bring you events that will satisfy your
New Bwogger and first-year student Joanna Yu attended the keynote event, From Refugee Children to Climate Change: Global Challenges in an Age of Nationalism, hosted by the DART Center for Journalism and Trauma of Columbia
Baby Bwogger and Barnard First-Year Sarah Perry faced her fear of approaching random people in the dining halls.
On September 20th, the Institute for Religion, Culture, and Public Life teamed up with Columbia Religious Life to host a forum on the recent measles outbreak in New York’s ultra-orthodox Jewish communities. The recent outbreaks
As fummer is upon us–that is, the time between summer and fall when the morning chill requires a sweatshirt that later gets soaked in sweat around 1 pm–we shall celebrate the equinox early and in
Deputy Editor Vivian Zhou and New Bwogger Lynne Irvin are avid fans of the Diana Center Café. Such avid fans that they will love and accept her even if she’s growing up and going through some changes.
As summer creeps away and September slowly approaches, returning to school is on everyone’s mind.
Welcome to our unofficial guide to the best places in the neighborhood. Some may seem pretty obvious and others may sound a little unfamiliar. Put all these restaurant names in a hat and draw one out every time you’re tired of pasta at Ferris or fries at JJs. Compiled by Jackson Jibbitz and Vivian Zhou.
Just steps away from Shake Shack (not sure if that’s a pro or con), 600 W 116th Street is a conveniently located, suite-style dorm. Now that 6-person Barnard groups have gotten their numbers, upperclassmen– read on if you’re not feeling so confident; rising sophomores, read on if you’re feeling lucky.
Self-proclaimed Bwog food editor Vivian Zhou visits Fumo, originally located in Hamilton Heights with new second location on 108 and Broadway, and consumes a lot of carbs. Read on to find out if it was worth it.
Deputy Editor Vivian Zhou is a huge foodie– as seen in her love letter to Marlow and her review of Hula Poke. Alex Guarnaschelli returned to her alma mater on Tuesday, February 5th to talk about her time at Barnard, her career path, and give out general life advice. It is only appropriate that Vivian attended.
In case you haven’t heard, Bwinder is the new Tinder. Bwumble is the new Bumble. Bwindr is the new Grindr. I could go on. We’re nearing the end of January, which means there’s only one last holiday to celebrate with your significant other– or for most people, a lack thereof. Tired of hearing cheesy pickup lines on various […]
Picture this: it’s Friday night, you and your friends are drinking vodka from a huge plastic bottle. You each take a swig of the cranberry juice you snuck out of Ferris. You put on as little clothing as you can get away with, and you make the infamous walk to the hottest club in NYC: […]
Tuesday Daily Vivian Zhou continues to support student theatre and attended CUP’s production of Almost, Maine. She ended up crying 5 times, which may or may not have been caught on camera. Read on to find out what made her tear up. Almost, Maine is a play by John Cariani that is comprised of nine […]
Tuesday Daily Vivian Zhou really considered staying at home to watch the live stream of this event from her bed because there was a snowstorm outside and she didn’t want to walk one block to the Columbia Journalism School. But she sucked it up and walked there and did not regret a single second of […]
It was 12:30 AM in the morning. My suitemates and I had just finished watching a movie, and we didn’t like any of the options on Postmates. The surprisingly chilly weather almost stopped us from our venture for food, but we bundled up and headed outside. Everyone else on the street was dressed up and […]