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.
Welcome back to school, and please let me be the first to insincerely ask you, “Hey, how was break?” and reply “Sounds cool, must have been relaxing!” To be honest, like most other people on campus, I don’t care what you got up to in your free time; how awkward or enjoyable your high school […]
Culinary Contrarian Colin Stokes has braved the dark corners of the Columbia food scene to dazzle, startle, and entertain us. This time, he ventures into the world of red meat on campus — and it’s not a JJ’s place burger. Read on for the most unexpected of chili sources. When you are pulling an all-dayer […]
The Culinary Contrarian is back, this time visiting a Chinese restaurant and an oyster-heavy establishment, eventually finding fulfillment in a test of the oyster shots at 169 Bar. Everyone needs to get away from campus now and then. Whether it’s because you yearn for novel experiences, or because a particular chair in Butler is perfectly […]
Bwog’s very own Culinary Contrarian takes on Crack Del’s ominously vague “All Other Salad,” and discovers that—as everything else in life—it all leads back to the infamous Spicy Special. When you look at Crack Del’s menu online, you notice a number of things. Firstly, that there are sandwiches other than the Spicy Special, and secondly, […]