On Wednesday night, the Barnard Center for Research on Women presented “Transformative Justice in the Era of #DefundPolice: Lessons from the Past, Strategizing for the Future,” featuring transformative justice activists Mimi Kim and Shira Hassan.
Barnard College has announced preliminary plans for the Spring 2021 semester, including the possibility of on-campus housing and in-person classes.
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He stared into her glistening eyes and said, “My name . . . is Tuesday Bwoglines.”
Welcome, my friends, to Housing Selection 2019. Think of the next two weeks of housing review posts as a long episode of one of those shows where people tour real estate and decide which house to buy. Except instead of being rich you’re stuck with Columbia Housing. Still tho. First up is the gem of Extended […]
Cheese is a versatile element of modern culinary living. It can be put on bread or crackers, inserted into a sandwich or burger, melted into a grilled cheese or quesadilla, or simply just eaten alone. Libraries are just like cheese: they have tons of uses and can foster a sense of community based on how […]
We’re all to blame. (BBC) Too many cars are to blame. And maybe cheese? (CNN) We’re gonna go ahead and blame Ted Cruz for this one. (NYT) Blame it on some Yankee dirt in your eyes. (NYDN) Are you kidding me HuffPost? Just an honorable mention? After all we’ve been through?! Blame listicles and the […]
SEAS puts New York in check, when it comes to how green it is. (NYT) The mystery over the Westside cheese labels, and all the existential crises it’s inspired, is solved. (Gothamist) We already figured out how to not be that guy. Now people are learning how to avoid it on Twitter. (The Atlantic) The Economist finally figures […]
“To declare that existence is absurd is to deny that it can ever be given a meaning; to say that it is ambiguous is to assert that its meaning is never fixed, that it must be constantly won. Absurdity challenges every ethics; it is because man’s condition is ambiguous that he seeks, through failure and […]
In this week’s Cooking with Bwog, resident culinary maestro Matt Powell teams up with his friend, fiendish cheese connoisseur Amanda Tien, to bring you some bread and cheese combinations so fancy they make you feel bougie just lookin’ at ’em! Course #1: Mango Ginger Chutney To start, a savory pairing. Start off with a fil-a-buster […]
Comestibles and potables to look out for at the Greenmarket today: Spinach at Gonzales Farms Mushrooms at Madura Farm (They suggest using oyster mushrooms in a satay because of their “wonderful aroma when cooked.”) Parsnips at Stannard’s Farm Fresh chèvre cheese at Ardith Mae 2 for $20 Chardonnay sale at Food & Wine Cathy Erway from Not […]
Yesterday, Daily Editor Pierce Stanley decided to sacrifice a day’s work on a ten page paper in order to bring you this report on yesterday’s academic affairs. He hopes you, and a sympathetic professor, will appreciate his efforts. While most Columbia students were holed up all day in Butler yesterday in preparation for exams, academic […]
After three long years, the Westside Supermarket reopened its doors last Friday. When it closed in 2004, disgruntled shoppers covered the store closing sign with graffiti that related stories of loves lost and found in the market’s produce aisles and threats to move away from the neighborhood as a result of being left without a […]