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.
Last night, Bwog’s top student government celebrator Joe Milholland went to observe CCSC’s last meeting of the year. The Final CCSC Meeting of the year featured the traditional plate awards. The Awards: Zach Vargas Sullivan (2014 Class Representative) won “Most Real” Honorable Mention: “Most likely to scare the freshman” and “most likely to cut a […]
The Columbia College Student Council is hosting a public forum on changes to CCSC election practices tomorrow, Friday, February 28 from 3:15pm to 4:00pm in the Satow Room of Lerner Hall. There are rumors of free cookies and beverages if you come hang out with them. They intend to discuss Alumni Affairs Representative Daniel Liss’s resolution to allow […]
Ben Kornick’s spot as CCSC 2016 representative was up for the grabs Sunday night, when Daphne Chen announced Kornick’s resignation from his position for “personal reasons.” CCSC just released a statement announcing that the elections to fill the vacancy will be direct, and that interested candidates can register here. A major issue in the recent deliberations between […]
At tonight’s CCSC meeting, Daphne Chen announced that 2016 representative and Campus Life Committee member Ben Kornick resigned for “personal reasons.” In this letter to the council’s board, leaked on our anonymous tip form, he disagrees with the current state of the Campus Life Committee (one of four committees) and notes how he hopes to […]
Per tradition, we bring you holiday wishes from your favorite people on campus. It’s officially winter break, so get home and indulge. Bwog will be gone for the most part, though sporadically stopping in to say “hey” when we get bored. Enjoy your time! Your Student Leaders: Daphne Chen (CCSC President): I want a clean […]
At the last Bwog meeting, we asked who wanted to review Orgo Night. Elizabeth Self asked “What’s Orgo Night?” We responded, “Don’t worry about it just show up to Butler 209 at 11:30 pm.” So for you this semester we have two accounts of Orgo Night: from an Orgo virgin and a more, uh, experienced […]
And oh what a rollicking weekend it was. There was definitely something in the air this week as people everywhere went hog wild and got up to some serious hoodrat shit. Ah yes, nightlife Last Lerner Pub of the semester was last night; pretty empty but not Senior-Night-at-Pourhouse status. Plus it was nice not having to […]
Last night, we wrote that a USenate position had been vacated and people can apply. The next space will be filled via an “indirect election” whereby 3 nominees are chosen by a panel of “the College’s current senators, CCSC President, and one additional CCSC Executive Board member,” and the winner is voted on of those […]
Your student council presidents want to say hello! Read on: Maddy Popkin, SGA President Hey First Years! Welcome to Barnard. Whether the college application process was the most stressful few months of your life, or you’re the first one in your family to go to college, or you’re just returning from a year away from […]
You guys knew these already, which is why we haven’t posted them yet… We thought letting you forget about CCSC elections for a while would make them more exciting. Anyhow, congratulations again to all the newly elected members! Executive Board: It’s Always Sunny At Columbia (Daphne Chen, Briana Saddler, Bob Sun, Peter Bailinson, Noah Swartz) Senate: Jared […]
…in the form of election to a search committee for the next Exec VP for Arts and Sciences aaaand Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences! The fifteen-member committee, chaired by Robert “Bob” Jervis was (about) half chosen by the Policy and Planning Committee of the Arts and Sciences. A majority of members are […]
Results are in from the ESC, SGA, and CCSC elections. Voting just ended at 5 today and here are the winners: CCSC Executive Board Karishma Habbu (President) Will Hughes (VP Policy) Jared Odessky (VP Communications) Daphne Chen (VP Finance) Yanyi Luo (VP Campus Life) ESC Executive Board Tim Qin (President) Bora Kim (VP Policy) Caroline […]
Sarah Ngu, Bwog’s CCSC correspondent, partnered with Tyler Benedict, Poet Laureate of the Marching Band, to interview Karishma Habbu, President of 212, and Alex Jasiulek, President of the Block Party. Make sure to cast your vote before elections end, this Thursday. The Parties: 212: Three Council members: Karishma Habbu – former VP of Communications and […]
Valentine’s Day is TODAY, and we’ve got more Personals for you last-minute lovers. Don’t wallow in sadness again this year! Our eligible student bodies this time are Daphne Chen, CC ’14 and Isaiah Everin, CC ’12. If any of these singles interest you, tell us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll send you two lovebirds off with […]
The class of ’14 has spoken: The Kiwi Krew swept the first year elections, except for Cristal James who took one of the Rep spots, displacing Jessica Eaton. Stay tuned for the official numbers. From Kiwi rep, Daphne Chen: “Speaking for myself I can promise that I am actually genuine about trying to make this year […]