President Bollinger and Beilock reported the first deaths from COVID-19 within the Columbia community, including that of a student, in an email update sent to students this afternoon.
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Hello lads! We’re back again for housing coverage on this lovely Tuesday. Today’s top stories: EC is on it’s way out, Barnard started their housing today with 4-person–can we get an F in the chats
According to multiple tipsters, a man was struck by a hit and run tonight on the northbound side of Broadway at 114th St. That is why several blocks of the street are closed. We called Public Safety, and they explained that the victim was not a student. One tipster heard that the victim was “not expected […]
Earlier this morning, a taxi cab flipped over on 120th and Broadway. It is appears that a red Volvo attempted to make an illegal turn, causing the cab to stop short and flip on its side. A tipster informs us that the cab was attempting to make a left during a red light, which caused […]
At around 10:50 AM this morning, cars collided at 113th and Broadway. A white compact, two cabs and a truck unloading were involved. The white compact driver admitted to running the light and causing the accident. He is sad. One cab is absolutely totaled. Thankfully, the policewoman on site ascertained that nobody needed an ambulance […]
Bwog daily editor and veteran Westside shopper Anish Bramhandkar reports that the firetrucks have left, but there are two ambulances on the scene, with personell waiting for a tow truck. It was unclear if anyone was hurt. Perhaps the drivers were distracted by that giant pair of Michael Jackson/Björk-esque eyes peeping out from above the […]
The campus hosted its fair share of emergency responders late Saturday night after two incidents at about 1 a.m. sent ambulances and police scurrying. A car accident involving a Columbia student pedestrian on 114th Street brought the first wave of flashing lights and sirens. The student was crossing near the Carman gates when he was […]