With the end of, hopefully, our last online semester comes another edition of Bwog Staff’s favorite running series. Read up on the music that defined our semester while getting vaccinated and practicing social distancing!
This past year has been nothing short of a disaster for many people, but working, learning, and socializing through our computer screens has produced a few silver linings that we’d want to stick around.
A noose was found at the Union Theological Seminary on Wednesday afternoon in an incident currently being investigated by the NYPD as a hate crime.
Bwog can somehow explain the past 22 days of housing, but the mystery behind the resurrecting 6-person Plimpton suite will remain unsolved.
Melissa Smey, director of the Arts Initiative and Miller Theatre, just sent an email to everyone on the CUArts listserv announcing forthcoming changes to the Arts Initiative. The changes, made in response to the “Save the Arts Initiative” campaign, come just 2 days after Prezbo told a fireside chat audience that he was looking into […]
This week we couldn’t send a Bwogger to the ESC meeting, but an inside source has sent us the minutes. Here are the highlights: The ESC’s new website’s domain, www.columbiaesc.com, has been purchased. ESC hopes to have a temporary test website up by the end of the week. Student government is still fighting for CUArts […]
Artists and dilettantes rejoice! Columbia Undergraduate Art Initiative is accepting artwork to be displayed on campus spaces such as John Jay Dining Hall and Lerner lobby (according to their Facebook profile). Not only are you getting a chance to let your ego run rampant display your artistic talent, but also to liven up the campus. To […]
It’s March, and you still haven’t made use of the TIC box this year. Why not this month? As they do every couple weeks, our friends at the TIC box are here to let you know about upcoming arts events on- and off-campus, as well as some best-sellers of yesteryear. All shows can be accessed […]
Every two weeks, Bwog’s good friends at CUARTS tell you all the best deals you can grab with your CUID. What are you waiting for? Best-sellers last week: Death of a Salesman StickFly BSO Presents The Count Down 2 Dollarama CUCSSA Lunar New Year’s Gala Campus events on sale now: Columbia Queer Alliance presents First Friday: […]
Improv Everywhere, the guerilla performance group that masterminds incredible public displays of silliness all over New York City, has teamed up with the (now suddenly hip) CUArts. The Mp3 Experiment Columbia University is the latest iteration of a well-established IE mission, and will definitely be the best orientation activity ever planned in the history of […]
The School of the Arts and Office of Government and Community Affairs (GCA) announced yesterday that Marcia Sells, currently an Associate Vice President of GCA, has been appointed Associate Dean of Community Outreach at the School of the Arts. That adds 3 words to her email signature, and she gets the big-shot “dean” title. According to […]
For the past year, one of the major behind-the-scenes bureaucratic struggles has been the changing face of the Arts Initiative as it moves from the Office of the President to the School of the Arts. Here’s what Bwog’s been able to find out about what’s in and what’s out at the Arts Initiative: Not only […]
Though we probably can’t see as many free exhibits nowadays, at least we’ll be able to drink our underage art-deprived sorrows away. The CU Arts’ latest initiative, CUlinary Arts, now gives Columbia students special deals at restaurants around the city – 12 out of 32 of which involve free alcohol, mostly in the form of […]
Back today and here to stay on alternate Wednesdays, QuickTix brings you the most popular shows and tips on what to see from behind the desk of the TIC. So far, what have October’s top shows been? 5. American Masters presents Joan Baez. 4. “Oleanna.” Just maybe because one of the stars is Columbia alum […]
Bwog wishes it was easier to keep in touch with our old friend, CU Arts. That’s why we’re ecstatic to announce that the the folks at the Ticketing Information Center are willing to keep us updated on what arts events Columbia wants to see and hear. Presenting the first ever edition of QuickTix, including an […]
For those of you unfamiliar with the ins and outs of the Columbia creative community or a certain 2002 HBO miniseries, Project Bluelight is a CUArts/CCSC-sponsored short-film contest in which screenwriters submit scripts and the selected material is then made into a movie. Project Bluelight the brainchild of Michael Molina and Jeff Schwartz, both CC […]
Caralyn Spector writes in that if you email email@example.com by 5PM, you’ll get free tickets to the Mozart and Bruckner extravaganza happening tonight at Carnegie Hall. The show starts at 8PM, with a pre-concert lecture starting at 7PM. This is highly recommended for Music Hum students, as well as anyone who’s never heard a Bruckner […]
NSOP Orientation Leaders received an e-mail this morning from a distressed committtee member regarding those colored shirts from Wednesday’s first-year battle. “I have a bit of bad news. CUArts’ biggest donor was walking out of Low Wednesday night, after meeting with Mr. Jeff Sachs himself, and saw all the new students standing around Low plaza […]