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.
Some got to throw out buzzwords like “privilege,” “problematic,” and “cisnormative” to their MeeMaws. Others stayed on campus and feasted on the fruits of their own labor (hopefully better than last year). Wherever your Thanksgiving took you, we hope you stuffed yourself on delicious food. You have the following to be thankful for:
On College Walk, red-faced Columbia students clutch their books to their chests. As if on cue, a jovial facilities worker switches on the tree lights. As if on cue, Columbia students forgive their school everything. ‘Tis the season.
You won’t get a day off but by golly you’ll get free food. In honor of Columbus Day, CU College Republicans will be holding its annual Columbus Day BBQ. Stop by for free barbecued ribs and chicken. Your hour of celebration is from 12 to 1pm in the Van Am Quad. Pictorial Representation of questionable […]
If finals have got you down, Bwog knows just the thing to cheer you up—seasonal cookies! Read on to find out how Cooking with Bwog’s culinary master Matt Powell likes to get into the holiday spirit. Peppermint Chocolate Cookies (Makes 50 2-inch-round cookies) My friend found this cookie recipe a few years ago and came […]
For all those who will be staying on campus this Thanksgiving, you’re in luck! Read on for Cooking with Bwog’s Matt Powell’s simple and delightful holiday recipes. Thanksgiving—the great holiday to celebrate food. Thanksgiving is America’s National Day of Feasting, feasting to the point that you feel like you’re about to explode, eating so much […]