MENU CATEGORIES

Connect with us

Submit a Tip
MENU CATEGORIES
Posts Tagged with "columbia spectator"
All Articles

Bwoglines: Buildings

The J-School steals a mixed-media mastermind away from The Guardian. (Wired) Want to be an eminent domain holdout? The Times lists places you might consider moving to. Gentrification is upon us! (and guilty liberals complain). (Spec) The L Hostel in Harlem was shut down by the city. (Gothamist) photo via flickr/paraflyer

Read More

Today is a Snow Day! (except for the Business School)! Columbia was apparently mentioned as superior to Kenyon College off-camera on the Daily Show. The MTA is “trying very much” not to increase fares this year. (Gothamist) Hey, you know what’s cool? Meatpacking District nightclubs. (Spec) The Spectator wants to know where it’s going to […]

Read More

More Bwog, more love. Our latest eligible bachelors are Carl Majeau, CC ’13 and Ben Cotton, CC ’11. Email personals@bwog.net to get set up. Name / Year / School / Major: Carl Majeau / 2013 / Columbia College / Physics/Music Preference (guy for guy, etc.): Guy for girl Hometown: Seattle Your dream date in seven […]

Read More

Here we go again: the Spectator is currently planning an overhaul of their website (for those curious, it’ll be the third such overhaul in four years). An email to Spec staff reveals that the new homepage will squash all of their current Splogs (check out our coverage here) into one giant mega-Splog to supplement the […]

Read More
All Articles

Spec The New Spec

Word has reached Bwog’s ears that our dead tree friends on the west side of Broadway have named their next managing board (#134!). According to tipsters, current Spectator design editor Ben Cotton will be the new editor-in-chief, while The Eye editor Thomas Rhiel will join him as managing editor. More to follow when more names […]

Read More
All Articles

They’re Ba-ack

After almost forty-eight hours of capital-d Drama, the Spectator‘s website is back up. No noticeable changes, and both sides are still not commenting for legal reasons.  Oh, and hi Gothamist! UPDATE (11:30 PM): Spec‘s editors have published an “Editor’s Note”: The Columbia Daily Spectator Web site was down from Friday, October 16th until Sunday, October […]

Read More

Those hoping for the Spec site to return will be happy to hear that, according to editor-in-chief Melissa Repko, “the website should be back up again in the next 24 hours.” In the meantime, though, tipsters have provided a more complete picture of what brought the site down.  According to sources, a group of managing […]

Read More

Visitors to the Spec‘s website might find the front page looking a little lacking in content.   Rather than the first step in a makeover, tipsters tell us that there’s “some serious internal – and possibly legal – drama going down.” Spec editor-in-chief Melissa Repko declined comment on advice of lawyers, and online editor Ryan […]

Read More

Late-breaking news for music fans: Talib Kweli will be part of this year’s Bacchanal. A tipster noted earlier today that his website listed a show at Columbia on April 18th, and Bacchanal board members confirmed this evening that the MC will be one of the artists. No word was forthcoming, though, on who the other […]

Read More

Deal with housing Pay $2.50 to ride the subway Think about life after graduation Prepare for a grim Columbia baseball season just when it was starting to get nice out Read another Spec columnist complain about Bwog. This week: why does Bwog let everyone write those comment things?

Read More

Bwog Daily Editor and Fervent Snazzy Attire Supporter Julia Mix Barrington stopped by the Spectator’s Blue Pencil Dinner last night.  The keynote speaker was Dean Baquet, former editor-in-chief of The Los Angeles Times, who currently works for The New York Times.  Dean Baquet | Image via huffingtonpost.com The Blue Pencil Lecture — an evening of […]

Read More

Why, look, the Spec has a new set of columnists! Hoping to end the association of the Spec opinion pages and giant penises are:  Monday: Eric Hirsch (CC ’09, former associate editor of AdHoc), Philip Petrov (CC ’09, literary editor of The Current) Tuesday: MaryAlice Parks (CC ’09, member of CUPlayers and a coordinator of […]

Read More

Gather ye rosebuds Columbia, it’s time to wish a fond farewell to the 132nd Executive Board of the Columbia Daily Spectator.  Bwog offers a hearty congratulations to outgoing Editor in Chief Tom Faure, Publisher Manal Alam, Managing Editor Amanda Sebba and the entirety of their staffs for all the fine work they’ve done this year. […]

Read More

Barnard housing for the win!  But still not quite able to let Columbians in. CTV is going for broke… While CU Snacks goes up in smoke. Help us win more! the Spectator cries Nothing to see here, the Ivy League lies

Read More

It may not have equaled the original Big Kiss — or even Big Kiss II — but the Queer Alliance and QuAM’s today’s Kiss-In got its point across. “When we’re organizing around sexual identity and you say we’re talking too much about sex — it’s ridiculous!” said Activism and Service Chair Peter Gallotta, spreading his […]

Read More

Have Your Say

What is the Baroness having for afternoon tea?

View Results

Loading ... Loading …

Recent Comments

I appreciate the effort in this article, but please do more research. (read more)
How I Got Recruited Into A Pyramid Scheme At A Barnard Career Fair
February 18, 2024
Hey bwog staff, I always love reading your articles! Every week has such a fun line up! Love reading about (read more)
ClubHop: CU Sci-Fi Society
February 13, 2024
Hey Bwog staff, you missed your big chance! Today's "Popular This Week" list shows four out of five headlines with (read more)
ClubHop: CU Sci-Fi Society
February 13, 2024
the text was not actually left untouched, but was adapted to give Agaue a larger role. The Spectator article mentions (read more)
CUPAL’s “Bacchae”, Where The Maenads Get Crunk
February 10, 2024

Comment Policy

The purpose of Bwog’s comment section is to facilitate honest and open discussion between members of the Columbia community. We encourage commenters to take advantage of—without abusing—the opportunity to engage in anonymous critical dialogue with other community members. A comment may be moderated if it contains:
  • A slur—defined as a pejorative derogatory phrase—based on ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, ability, or spiritual belief
  • Hate speech
  • Unauthorized use of a person’s identity
  • Personal information about an individual
  • Baseless personal attacks on specific individuals
  • Spam or self-promotion
  • Copyright infringement
  • Libel
  • COVID-19 misinformation