Arts Editor Maya Campbell interviews and sees the work of Extra Credit Ensemble, a theatre group led by two current Columbia students, in a special PeopleHop/Arts Review combo post.
Bulgarian filmmaker Stephan Komandarev discusses his 2017 film Directions, explains his gravitation towards fiction film as opposed to documentaries, and expresses his optimism for the future of Bulgarian films.
We’re hearing that, just like last year, seniors’ CUIDs were deactiviated at midnight along with the rest of the undergraduate population. Seniors are still living in their dorms, as they haven’t actually graduated yet, while 2013, 2012 and 2011 had to be out of their dorms by noon today. Same deal as last time, 2010: […]
Bwog has just gotten word from the CC, SEAS, BC and GS senior class councils that 40s on 40 will not held be this year. The primary reason, according to class council presidents? Cost: $20,000 for an event that “many seniors in years past had not enjoyed.” Instead of 40s on 40, the class councils […]
The youngest-ever president of the NAACP, Ben Jealous, CC ’94, will be speaking at Columbia College’s Class Day. At a celebration tonight in Havana Central’s back room, Class Council 2010 President Cliff Massey revealed Jealous’s selection after weeks of speculation that saw names floated including Bill Clinton and Kofi Annan Jealous, who was involved with […]
Strong, beautiful seniors, rejoice! Last we heard, you were going to graduate out of Levien Gym in Dodge Fitness Center. Thankfully, the Barnard administration has settled on something decidedly above ground. The 2010 Barnard commencement will take place on Ancel Plaza in front of SIPA, after which new graduates and their families can continue the […]
Seniors, you have until 6:00 PM today to trudge up the steps to Low and fill out your degree application. We’re told you can’t graduate if you don’t visit. Or, you could fill out a form. Too lazy to make the trip? Think of it this way: this will probably be the last opportunity you’ll […]
– Anonymous photo of the CC ’10 presidential candidates in friendlier days (aka “last week”) The 2010 Class Council hopefuls gathered in cramped Lerner 568 to wade through students’ favorite topics this evening. Guessing, perhaps, that there would be little new and exciting to hear, there were not more than ten people in the audience, […]
Still can’t wrap your head around the categorical imperative? The 2010 Class Council wants to feed your bodies and your minds at 10:30 tonight, according to an email from President AJ Pascua: “Take a break from midterm cramming and enjoy free ice cream, toppings, and CC study guides! Expect condensed versions on the writings of: […]
Last night, a sizable and enthusiastic crowd gathered in JJ’s Place to see the three parties running for 2010 Class Council debate (and eat free chicken fingers). While Mark Modesitt’s reconstituted Alma Matters [Remix] Party has the advantage of incumbency, the other two parties, AJ Pascua’s Go Party and Maximo Cubilette’s TOGA Party, seemed to […]
Left Wing Jihad scores funds? Left Wing Jihadist scores funds! Spec dreads us having to “likely spend more money on better fakes” Oh, you didn’t know? Yo’ ass better caaallll somebodyyy! Man, I forgot how good Giuliani was. Maybe we should have let him cancel that election. Class of 2010 apparently most athletic in history, […]
The results are in, and CCSC has five new members! The Alma Matters ticket triumphed, with a whopping 27.2% of the vote–25 votes ahead of their nearest rival, Party of Five (even with an extended voting period, CC freshmen fell short of the national turnout average by about 10 points). President-elect Mark Modesitt picked up […]
This week, Bwog will be featuring candidates for leadership of the Columbia College class of 2010. Tools? Visionaries? You decide–vote next Tuesday! Name, Party: Matthew Kudelka, Columbia Undergraduates Supporting Progress Home town: Houston (TX)/Katonah (NY) Home Dorm: John Jay The Man: I’m Matthew Kudelka. I grew up in Texas although for the past two years […]
So much for party unity–50% of SEAS freshman turned out for the ESC 2010 election this evening, selecting four candidates from three different parties. Your new class officers are: President – Heather Lee, the SHT! Vice President – Lili Gu, Nonstop Class Representatives – Gunnar Aasen, Nonstop, and Kelly Chen, Fuugle Bwog is confident that […]
This week, Bwog will be featuring candidates for leadership of the Columbia College class of 2010. Tools? Visionaries? You decide–vote next Tuesday! Name, Party: Matthew Lemle Amsterdam, Freshmen First Hometown: New York Home Dorm: Carman The Man: I have always felt a profound love for Columbia. One of the first songs I ever learned as […]