GSSC Bureau Chief Olivia Mitchell reports on this week’s GSSC meeting, where the council talked with Michael Higgins GS ’21, the Co-Founder and Chair of the Food Pantry at Columbia, about food pantries on campus–
A Bwog Staffer shares their advice on the best bathroom stalls to stall in when you’re running early but not early enough that you can go back to your dorm.
The thing about buildings, is that they have names, and the thing about names, is that I can count the number of letters in those names and I have thoughts on that.
Do you have like, really chonky shoes, or the complete antithesis (Chaco’s)? Find out what that says about you by taking this quiz!
In light of the hits and misses Bwog witnessed over the holiday, we have some recommendations for next year for those seeking their lovers’ favor.
Internal Editor and self-proclaimed food Bwogger Vivian Zhou is here to bring you a little sneak peek of the new Morningside Heights Dos Toros before the Grand Opening on Wednesday, February 12th. This post is not sponsored by Dos Toros (though we wish it was).
If you’re reading this, it’s probably because this has already happened to you. Statistically, 99.9% of students have had this happen to them. I don’t know what it is with Barnard/Columbia students that makes them so obnoxiously self-absorbed that they literally will invade your personal space just to fucking fix their hair in class.
Sorry guys, I’m a little rusty on the daily thing. Happening in the World: As the coronavirus continues to spread, killing 106 people and infecting over 4000, the CDC advises against travelling to China. Previously, the CDC warned against travelling to Wuhan, but now has expanded the warning to the entire country. Happening in the US: Chipotle […]
Hope your first hump day of the school year goes smoothly!
Bwoggers Vivian Zhou and Eliza Staples review Latenite, Columbia’s silliest theatre tradition and the only one for which a review could include the phrases “‘beeps’ and ‘boops,'” “orange morph suit,” and “hair emporium.”
Staff Writer Caroline Mullooly and Deputy Editor Vivian Zhou combine their vast cooking knowledge together to help you have a smooth-sailing Thanksgiving…haha just kidding, Thanksgiving is never smooth-sailing, but we ARE giving you a few cooking tips.
Have you ever wondered whether or not certain less genotypical traits such as mental illness, anxiety, or PTSD can have intergenerational effects? Deputy Editor Vivian Zhou is a Neuro major, so it was only appropriate that she went to cover the symposium on this topic.
You’re in lecture, you look around…to your right, Johnson Jayson is trying to fit four back to back classes in one day; to your left, Barney Ard is trying to take 21 credits at once. Yes. It’s that time of year again.