Content warning: This post discusses anti-Black violence, police brutality, and sexual assault regarding the 1989 Central Park Jogger case.
It is the worst of times, and the most liminal of times. Reading week snuck up on us with a slap and here we are during finals: broken, disheartened, and yearning for summer (why is it still
Barnard students just received an email announcing tuition and fees for next year, as well as changes to the dining plan. Though Barnard students lost JJ’s Place access last year, they will once again be able to swipe into the dining hall in the fall. The email announced other changes as well, such as dinner being […]
SGA has announced the list of candidates for this week’s online election (go to myBarnard, bears!) from 12 pm Tuesday – 12 pm Friday . The Candidates’ Forum will take place this Sunday, April 17th, in Diana LL103 at 4pm. You can hear speeches and ask questions.
There are few greater joys in life than sitting down at a red Diana Cafe table with a white pizza covered in basil and cheese. Hell, we’ll even settle for a BBQ chicken or tomato basil pizza every now and then when things get desperate. But that’s it—the pepperoni pizzas are trash. Alas, we digress. […]
Last night, as per usual, SGA’s Rep Council met in the Diana Café amid leftover muffins and pumpkin bread. Despite a slightly decreased attendance due to impending festivities, quorum was reached and things happened. Bwog’s Pumpkin-Bread and Rep Council Enthusiast Renée Kraiem reports from Monday’s meeting. Last night’s meeting began, sans administrative guest, with a […]
Barnard’s brand new student center, the Vagelos Center aka the Diana aka the Nexus aka the Vag, is open and ready for business as of yesterday. Hey, ‘Vag’ sounds like ‘vagina’. Weird! The Diana is shiny, new and streamlined. It is much, much nicer than Lerner. The Vag’s first patrons seemed excited about their new […]