This past Thursday, the Columbia School of Nursing’s Center for Research on People of Color (CRPC) hosted Dr. Amadou Gaye, the second speaker of their Anti-Racism Speaker Series, to discuss his research on the relationship between
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You may (or may not) remember that we released the application to become one of our Daily Editors last weekend. We’re seeking seven for the coming semester, one for each day of the week. If you considered applying, maybe copied the app into a Word document then let it fester for a few days, now is […]
We hope you all had a great and sweaty time at the Activities Fair yesterday–we got ice pops from some Christians, which was nice! If you came by our table, you may have heard us talk about the Daily Editor position, which is one of the multiple ways to get involved with Bwog as a […]
With all of the hard work that goes into making this illustrious site run day in and day out, only a few of our staff members have the privilege of taking on the laborious activity of making Bwog the way it is. We like to call these heroes Daily Editors and we need some more […]
This is just a friendly/frantic reminder that the applications to be a Staff Writer for Bwog are due tomorrow night at 12:01 am. If you enjoy writing pretty much anything—because we cover anything—or if you hate writing but are awesome at it, this is an opportunity you won’t want to miss. Start (or finish) your application now! In […]
The few, the brave, the snarky: day-to-day operations at Bwog are orchestrated by a small group of daily editors (dailies), who are responsible for writing Bwoglines and ensuring that the posts scheduled on their day of the week make it on to the site on schedule. Essentially, our dailies are the reason Bwog runs on […]