Bulgarian filmmaker Stephan Komandarev discusses his 2017 film Directions, explains his gravitation towards fiction film as opposed to documentaries, and expresses his optimism for the future of Bulgarian films.
The Rules of Conduct Town Hall took place a few weeks ago, but today we’re bringing you a quick recap by the numbers of who spoke and what went down. Bureau Chief Joseph Milholland was at the Town Hall to bring you the news and to crunch the numbers. The transcript for the town hall […]
While you’ve been studying hard in Butler streaming Netflix and exploring this city’s myriad of cultural attractions vomiting in 1020’s bathroom, Father Time–in cahoots with PrezBo and the registrar–has been whittling away at the days remaining before finals. With Thanksgiving break so late this year, Bwog was truly surprised to hear talk of “only two […]
The results of last year’s survey of undergrads, courtesy of the CSA Assessment Team, went public tonight—and the numbers are overwhelmingly good. You can check out a more comprehensive summary here, or just skim our highlights as you halfheartedly Apple+Tab between Reddit subpages: Of the 5,922 CC and SEAS students sent the survey link by […]
UPDATE: Athletics has confirmed that Pete Mangurian will coach Columbia football next year. He has an impressive track record at Cornell, Stanford, LSU and with the NFL. Notoriously un well-versed in sports, we were intrigued by the financial details of Columbia’s football team, detailed yesterday in the Times: The head coach of the football team […]
When Bwog rolled out of bed this morning and checked iCal, we counted two weeks of classes left, so we naturally assumed we were miscounting because we hadn’t had our morning Joe yet. Upon post-caffeination recount, we still counted two, and quickly resorted to running around our room screaming like a little kid in the […]