Deputy Editor Lillian Rountree, Deputy Events Editor Grace Fitzgerald-Diaz, and SGA Bureau Chief Grace Novarr spoke with the three dissenting members of the GWC-UAW Bargaining Committee following the announcement of the tentative contract rejection and
Columbia announced that faculty and staff need to get vaccinated by September 1, 2021, in preparation for the fall semester, according to an email sent earlier this morning by University Vice President Gerry Rosberg and
The DEI commission shared their report directly with SEAS students today and asked for feedback regarding its content.
In a close vote, graduate student workers have decided against the proposed contract from the bargaining committee and the University.
Bwog surveyed students across the four undergraduate colleges to better understand the impacts of the GWC-UAW strike on their academic and emotional wellbeing.
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 […]
Happening in the world: The police are still seeking seven people who may have connections to the assassination of Kim Jong-nam. Out of the 11 people that are wanted by the Malaysian police, six of them are North Korean. (The New York Times) Happening in NYC: A man is seen netting pigeon out of New […]
An LA resident is leading a lawsuit against Chipotle for feeling “excessively full” and realizing “that the burrito couldn’t have been just 300 calories”, the new chorizo one that is. Who would have guessed that packing chicken, pork, sausage rice, beans, and cheese into a tortilla would be so filling? (USA Today) Anna Farris may […]
Some lazy student must have been praying to the Chipotle Gods (or goddesses–we see you, DSpar) because the popular chain located on 111th St. and Broadway will deliver to Columbia dorms starting this fall. In order to get your fav Chipotle order delivered, you must use the app called Tapingo. You’ll be able to place your […]
All you Facebook users can stop updating about Chipotle’s guac scandal; it’s going to be okay. Go get your quesarito on, guys. (Slate) Speaking of Facebook, they might be getting into the drone game. (Wired) And now that you know what “normcore” is, here’s how to do it right. Chances are, you can start with […]
With SSOL crashing during the first day of school, and Courseworks giving you the ability to friend request fellow students, you might be thinking: Wow. Columbia sucks at the Internet. Enter LionTextbooks. This website, conveniently named liontextbooks.com, allows you to copy your SSOL schedule into a small box, and in return gives you a list […]
Columbia bureaucrats and student groups alike figured out long ago that the key to our collective heart is an overstuffed, all-American, oh-so-irresistible burrito. Tonight, look forward not only to free food, but also to the fantastic music of your peers at SEAS Battle of the Bands. All of this will take place in the mysterious […]
Rest in peace to Whitney Houston, who died unexpectedly yesterday in a Beverly Hills hotel. (LA Times) It’s better in…Japan? Japanese innovation is back, and this time it has turned its gaze to blue jeans, French food, and espresso. (Wall Street Journal). The genius behind 5-hour energy spent time living as a monk in India. […]
Net Impact is a global organization that allows motivated leaders to connect with organizations already making a difference to some of today’s toughest global challenges. This evening, Net Impact Columbia will kick off its semester with an information session on how to get involved. To help you expand your culinary perspective south of the border south of central […]
The CC’10 Class Council has something delicious in store this evening. It’s free food and free massages. But wait–it’s not pizza, it’s Chipotle! Not only that, but the council members will be handing out vaguely-termed “spring break gear,” which Bwog can only hope means sleeping pills and cake. The luxury begins at 9:00 PM on […]
As we all know Columbia loves controversy. We also know that Columbia loves Mexican food. Thankfully Morningside Heights entrepreneurs have recognized this and consequently the neighborhood offers plenty of Mexican eateries. So many in fact that the recent increase in Mexican restaurants has caused quite a controversial and competitive commotion. Where can a student find […]
This morning, Bwog woke up hungry and hankering for something not sweet, but savory. Fortunately, Saturday Brunch will never be Sunday Brunch and Bwog wanted lunch. And so on this dark Saturday, Bwog strode down Broadway past the parfaits and waffles of Community and Le Monde in search of vittles of a more proteinaceous variety. […]
When last we left the great promises of Off Campus Flex, we were bemoaning its demise and then celebrating its resurrection. But now, as part of a long list Housing and Dining improvements (which include a mini-Mill Korean at Carleton Lounge in Mudd, faux-vitamin water in John Jay, a taco bar in Ferris Booth, and […]
In a bold real estate move, the likes of which fair Morningside hasn’t seen since Pinkberry’s merciless eclipse of Tasti D-Lite, a restaurant called Empanadas Joe’s has opened a few blocks down from Havana Central and just mere stores away from Chipotle, igniting a battle of Latin-influenced Broadway establishments. The empanada retailer will be taking […]
Citing the dining services webpage, Tipster Peter Labuza, informs Bwog that Chipotle will be accepting flex at some point this summer. According dining services, students can reap the nutritive benefits of Chipotle’s burritos and at the same time exercise their creativity as they build their Mexican creations. It is unclear when this initiative will begin […]