On Sunday night, Barnard College’s Shange Magic Project, along with Beacon Press and the Shange Literary Trust, honored the late poet and playwright Ntozake Shange (BC ‘70) and her posthumously published book Dance We Do:
Public static main void string args. If you saw Bwoggers Brigid Cromwell and Sydney Contreras doodling all over their Intro to Java and Computing in Context finals, no you didn’t.
New Staffer Rania Borgani attended a lecture entitled Ballots and Borders: Election 2020 and What’s at Stake for International Students and Scholars. The lecture, given by Professor Stephen Yale-Loehr, centered around the immigration policies of
Staff writer Mary Qiu listened to Shipwreck: A History Play About 2017, a free podcast production made available by the Public Theatre, that examines Trump’s rise to power, scrutinizes liberals’ language surrounding Trump, and explores
The Native Society is a social club for native New Yorkers. Well, not most New Yorkers, just swanky prep-school grads or U.H.B’s (“urban-haute bourgeoisie”). Also you don’t have to actually be a native New Yorker as long as you “display the Native mind-set” and find college social life embarrassing. Money quote: “When you grow up in […]
Climbing twelve floors of the colossal IAB to make it to Dennis’ Gratz lecture on elitocide, Bwog’s Official Anti-Elitist Sarah Camiscoli was surprised to see that the “lecture” was only set up to accommodate Mr.Gratz, a moderator, and a small round table filled with professors and graduate students who were critical (or perhaps just confused) by the […]
What better season than Chinese New Year season to reflect on everything that is totally and completely over? Bwog staff and friends assembled a list of has-beens last night. Our hearts break for everything below. – Facebook pokes – 1968 – Rasterbation – Anna Nicole Smith and her baby’s daddy – the phrase “I feel […]