News Editor Lauren Kahme interviews the Co-Founder of The Testing Project, a grassroots movement advocating for essential workers’ protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rumor has it that Columbia’s core and Barnard’s foundational requirements have one ultimate purpose: to provide adequate cocktail conversational skills. This narrative is evidenced by the fact that both Columbia and Barnard have their own respective bartending agencies. If you know a Columbia/Barnard bartender, chances are they have some pretty cool stories about their previous gigs. […]
One of our most request Senior Wisdom recipients, Jennie Olson managed the Columbia Bartending Agency and has rocked the Earth Science world. Read on for her words of wisdom. Name, School, Major, Hometown: Jennie Olson. CC. Earth Science Major, Sustainable Development Concentration. Berkeley, CA. Claim to fame: Manager of the Columbia Bartending Agency for two years. Overenthusiastic […]
It’s Thursday night, friends and lovers. Here, CBA-er Jerry Rivera, GS ’14, gives you a 2for1 special: dinner and drinks. Growing up in Arizona, there was one thing I never lacked: Mexican food. Hole-in-the-wall restaurants and food trucks litter every street corner and serve plates teeming with rice, beans, and an assortment of grilled meats at […]
And now we introduce you to the Columbia Bartending Agency. Here we have Managing Director Talia Savitskaya, Operations Manager Ethan Fudge, and Agency Manager Tom Reidy. Bwog: CBA is basically completely student run, yes? Talia: It’s run by the Center for Career Education. They do it to provide jobs for the students–students run it and […]
If you thought you were well-rounded, just check out Timothy Reichmann’s claim to fame. Congratulations on your graduation tonight! Name, Hometown, School: Timothy S. Reichmann from Chatfield, Minnesota, SEAS Claim to fame? I’m that future Air Force pilot kid who teaches the bartending class, takes dance classes at Barnard, and majors in Applied Physics–who may have been your […]