With midterms (mostly) over and finals yet to start, I took on my biggest Cooking With Bwog challenge yet. (Previously, I have Eaten My Way Through the Core.) Follow along as I recount four perilous
Dr. Robyn Gershon, an epidemiologist and an expert on disaster preparation in the workplace, addressed students in a lecture hosted by CU Journal of Global Health.
Staff writer Mary Qiu tuned into CU Players’ two-part performance of Radio Island this weekend directed by Emma Gometz (CC ‘21) and produced by Diana Gregoire (CC ‘23) and Joanna Berkowitz (BC ‘22), and it
Recycling at Columbia is complicated. Each campus has different rules that often differ from municipal laws or our hometown laws. Bwog spoke with Cathy Resler from the office of Environmental Stewardship to find out more. Simply put, Barnard College recycles everything. Columbia’s Morningside campus, however, follows city laws. The flowcharts often posted near recycling centers […]
Rats, garbage, and the yells of Take Back the Night–they’ve heard about it all. Last year, the city surveyed 25,000 households and asked them to ponder what makes them happy. These poetic responses were boiled down into a series of categories about city services and quality of life in various neighborhoods. Using The New York […]
If your learning style is more graphs than paragraphs, Bwog daily editor Jon Hill has created a highly scientific chart of the decline of Ivy endowments. As you can see, the true cause of our nation’s problems was the pernicious combination of bad Eddie Murphy movies and poorly designed ketchup bottles. Damn you, Heinz.
As the fundraising for the presidential campaign wraps up, the Chronicle of Higher Education has compiled a total of all donations from “professors, college administrators, and other educators,” and has found that Columbia actually ranks higher among institutions donating to McCain than ones donating to Obama. In fairness, this is only a shocking stat before […]