News Editor Lauren Kahme interviews the Co-Founder of The Testing Project, a grassroots movement advocating for essential workers’ protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Deputy Editor and live music aficionado Zack Abrams attended the Miller Theatre last Thursday for the show ‘Glass + Schubert,’ a solo recital by pianist Simone Dinnerstein who performed music by Franz Schubert and Philip Glass. After an enjoyable experience at the Miller Theatre last semester, I was once again excited to see Simone Dinnerstein […]
As our resident fan for all things sports and music, future medical-music fan Ross Chapman trekked all the way uptown to catch the CUMC Orchestra playing Mozart and Tchaikovsky. Read on to hear about the top medical students in the country being really good at something else, too. The Columbia University Medical Center, between its […]
As the end approaches and final papers and exams slowly (or quickly) begin to take over our lives, Bwog’s Wednesday Feature Where Art Thou? invites you to indulge in some of the fantastic arts events happening on and off campus! If you would like your event listed here, email email@example.com. Wednesday Autumn Songs: A Musical, […]
Bwog’s Dane Cook reports slightly deafened yet enlightened from Miller Theater. A tidal wave of sound hit Miller Theater last night during Lou Reed: Metal Machine Music—an orchestral rendition of Reed’s 1975 avant-garde album of the same name. The original album consists entirely of electric guitar feedback played at varying speeds, and the purpose of […]