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.
Hi Friends! Freshies! First years! Congrats you made it! You’re at college and it’s going to be so much fun. Now, I know you didn’t get to have the NSOP of your dreams, but we
For a long time, I considered not writing this article. “It’s not that big a deal” I told myself. “It’s just a few pictures, you should have expected it” I muttered. But it has gone
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Ah, class registration time. If you haven’t filled up your schedule by now with requirements, congratulations on not being a STEM major! Here are some suggestions for classes taught by professors who’ve been around forever and really know their stuff, brought to you by the Bwog staff.
Even though school has been in session for a couple of days, there are some things that we still aren’t certain of—which meal plan we would actually benefit from, which clubs we will actually be active in, and even which classes we’re actually going to take. Most of our schedules are loaded with classes, some […]
As we all try to get back into an academic routine, it can be difficult during shopping week. All of your classes are busting at the door with people who waited until last night to get on the waitlist. While some of us treat shopping week as an appropriate time to test out 20 different […]
Class registration for Fall semester is under way, starting today for you rising seniors. Instructions sponsored by Kendrick Lamar: Check SSOL for your appointment times. Drank. Go to CULPA to get more info. Drank. Use the University Bulletin to get useless info. Drank. Set your schedule using ADI’s helpful tool. Pass out. Drank. Pass out. Drank. A […]
Sean Zimmermann reports from last night’s ESC meeting. ESC representatives explained that there was a glitch in the CCSC election website that allowed students to vote for any class council, instead of limiting them to voting only on their own year’s candidates. ESC says that the bug did not affect ESC elections, and they suspect […]
“Occupy the Field,” that Anthro class slated for next spring meant to examine OWS from within both seminar rooms and GAs, is M.I.A.—from the bulletin, that is. The class, which was posted on the Department of Anthropology’s website as of December 31st, is now nowhere to be found. Neither an SSOL search nor a foray into the […]