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.
As part of this past weekend’s Athena Film Festival, Barnard Bearoness Maddie Stearn attended the premiere of Rosie O’Donnell: A Heartfelt Stand Up on Saturday afternoon. She laughed, she cried, she learned about heart disease – just as one would expect the life story of Ms. O’Donnell would go. When I sat down to watch Rosie O’Donnell: […]
Barnard’s famed Athena Film Festival returns this Thursday for its fifth year with a luring lineup of films, documentaries, panels, and award nominees. As the lucky Columbia/Barnard students we are, we’ve been blessed with the college student budget-conscious price of $20 for an All-Access Pass to the entirety of the weekend’s events; or, if you’re feeling […]
Our campus is turning into a real celebrity hotspot lately! Ted Mosby (alright fine, his real name is Josh Radnor) was spotted just ten minutes ago dining at Thai Market. Looks like Ted is finally reaping the benefits of being a fake Columbia architecture professor. Take our word for it, or look at our awkward side-photo: Ted […]
Last Wednesday, Chelsea Clinton came to campus as the keynote speaker for the Kenneth Cole Community Engagement Forum. The event drew in more RSVPs than could realistically be accommodated, but Bwog’s Heather Akumiah had VIP seating just in case you guys got turned down at the door. The Kenneth Cole Community Engagement Program is a […]
This is not a drill. Bwog has received 3 tips that Kanye is somewhere near Kent and Avery. Our eyes on the ground didn’t get a photo, but we received two from twitter user @shelanty. We’re still working to find out why he’s here. Please send any info to firstname.lastname@example.org! Update, 11:45 am: More pictures, courtesy […]