Arts Editor Maya Campbell interviews and sees the work of Extra Credit Ensemble, a theatre group led by two current Columbia students, in a special PeopleHop/Arts Review combo post.
Bulgarian filmmaker Stephan Komandarev discusses his 2017 film Directions, explains his gravitation towards fiction film as opposed to documentaries, and expresses his optimism for the future of Bulgarian films.
You go to the #1 most rigorous college. So feel good about yourself. You can do life. Go rock the world and pat yourself on the back. Don’t get to obnoxious about it…please (The Daily Beast). Feeling the need for some home-style pumpkin spice flavored food? Go try Umami Burger’s Pumpkin Spice Latte Burger…ew (Gothamist)? […]
We’ve received several photos over the last half an hour of the now infamous John Jay Dinner Date. There are reports of a “table cloth, doilies, roses, and candles” currently being enjoyed by Columbia’s most romantic couple. Faces have been hidden to protect the adorable. UPDATE 7:28 PM: Our couple has given us permission to […]
If you’re trying to study in Butler right now, you probably already know that there’s a giant children’s reading party going on out on the lawns–it’s part of the Times-sponsored Great Children’s Read, and a zillion tiny people have turned out to ensnare you on your way to midterms purgatory. If you’re able to escape, […]
Bwog came across this flyer on a lamppost on Broadway near 113th today, and immediately melted from cuteness-overload. Our heart goes out to this poor child—the loss of a favored toy is a tragic event, indeed. Like the Good Samaritans we are, Bwog will do anything in its power to reunite blue giraffe with his […]
In its typical stalker fashion, Bwog followed a group of children this afternoon, fascinated by their caretakers’ kid control technique. What would happen if we tugged the string? The leaders, apparently, have a better way of dealing with differently-minded youngsters. “S-T-O-P everyone! Someone got a flat tire,” one said, and the line came to a […]