GSSC Bureau Chief Cole Gengos provides the essential details of this week’s GSSC meeting in this weekly update. Curious about the new Columbia health insurance plan? Excited about Naloxone training? Like reading about financial allocation?
Last night, Bwogger Miyoki Walker attended a screening of the 2018 documentary Decade of Fire, followed by a panel and Q&A with the filmmaker Vivian Vázquez Irizarry, community organizer Fitzroy Christian, anthropologist Marc Dones, affordable
Image via HardCoreBikes.ca College Walk is certainly a versatile place, and, this morning, the sometime soap-box and occasional amphitheater and will add a new title to its resume: Biketrial playground. Congregate in front of Low at 10 AM sharp to see professional biketrial whiz Thomas Oehler perform various exciting tricks all over the Academic […]
This past weekend was the New York Comic Convention, a massive gathering of everything comic books. New Bwog correspondent and former Marvel Comics intern Shaina Rubin writes a dispatch about meeting the writers behind the heroes. (She’s even illustrated the scene with her very own comic.) On first entering the New York Comic Convention, known […]
Too much to sift through on YouTube? Life’s hard. Bwog’s here to help. There’s nothing as bad as being in Butler on a Saturday night. But, instead of wasting your study break tonight on another disappointing episode of SNL, Bwog suggests checking out Sarah Dooley’s (BC ’11) delightful YouTube series, AndSarah. Sarah’s face may be […]
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Bwog likes to report the occasional celestial phenomenon, so Stephanie Quan sends along this tip: “Perseid Meteor Shower TONIGHT Go outside tonight after midnight. If there isn’t too much air pollution or cloud cover, there will be a spectacular meteor shower in the Northeast (strongest in the pre-dawn hours). If you’re out in open, dark country, you might […]
Professor Karl Kroeber is restless of mind, the sort of academic who likes pioneering new fields and then abandoning them. The loquacious and sagacious fellow, brother to Ursula Kroeber Le Guin [see right], currently teaches the ever-popular children’s lit course. He talked to us about growing up, “the business of imagining,” why he hates Disney, coming to terms with cancer, the Navy, and just about […]
Say goodbye to the days of Columbia as a jumbled, impossible-to-navigate bureaucracy. We love you, librarians of Columbia. Thank you for being our friends. Their “Ask Us Now” feature may be down as of this writing, but check it out: our librarians can be contacted during office hours through AIM, G-chat, Windows Live and the […]
“Bwog.NET?” readers ask themselves. “Isn’t that domain suffix for second-rate websites? All my favorite websites are .com!” While .net is stereotypically associated with lower-quality websites than .com, .org, .edu, and .cx, Bwog analyst David Iscoe set out, in the pursuit of truth and self-preservation, to prove that many .net websites were indeed worthy of your […]
In which freshman Bwog contributor extraordinaire Dan D’Addario gives you a guide to being, at least superficially, a cool kid. Columbia is full of those of us (myself included) who listened to Sufjan Stevens in high school and thus considered ourselves far too cool for those who listened to Dave Matthews Band. Well, karma has […]