Deputy Arts Editor Maya Campbell and Staff Writer Alyse Rovner attend “Let Yourself Go Gypsy: Rethinking Gypsy Stereotypes in Fashion” hosted by the Roma People’s Project at Columbia University.
This week, SGA representatives heard from Dr. Jennifer Rosales, the Executive Director of the Center for Engaged Pedagogy, and her plans for creating inclusive learning spaces, educating faculty, and the value of students’ input about the
“This show will leave a tune in your head, a tear in your eye, and a huge smile across your face.” –Jason Eisner, director The Columbia Musical Theatre Society is putting on a production of The Drowsy Chaperone, a 2006 Tony-winning musical comedy that pays homage to 1920’s and 1940’s musicals. CMTS will have shows […]
This year Bwog decided to make it tradition that the outgoing EIC reviews Latenite. Why? Unclear, but we’re doing it. Alexandra Svokos thusly tunes in. Unlike M. Jones, I’d never been to a Latenite performance before this semester—which I now realize was a major mistake of my past 3.5 years here. I’ve been impressed by […]