On Wednesday night, the Barnard Center for Research on Women presented “Transformative Justice in the Era of #DefundPolice: Lessons from the Past, Strategizing for the Future,” featuring transformative justice activists Mimi Kim and Shira Hassan.
Barnard College has announced preliminary plans for the Spring 2021 semester, including the possibility of on-campus housing and in-person classes.
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We all know that everyone is scraping along those final dollars until you go home and make your parents buy your coffee for you subsidize your spending needs. Also, it can be a little embarrassing to go home to mom and only bring home a couple disappointing C’s and new notches on your belt. To […]
Pumpkin carving is so passé. Bwog brings you a better way to not only enjoy your favorite autumnal herb, but also save your lungs the planet. Sate your urges with a pumpkin pipe for your tobacco and other “herbal products.” What you will need and where to get it: 1 small pumpkin—Greenmarket 6″ length of […]
There is always a moment early in your drinking career when friends pass around I.D.s so that they can all laugh about the absurd last name that one guy picked, or comment on the shit quality laminate that one girl received. It’s a pretty safe assumption that the bouncers around here don’t actually care if […]
Musical performances were abound Saturday night; DIY Denizen Diana Clarke stepped up to cover a very unique one: the Greenborough’s Make-Your-Own-Instrument Open Mic. A combination of chaos and acoustic bliss ensued. The announcement promised “make-your-own-instrument,” but by the time I got to the second floor of Greenborough on Saturday night, it was all keyboards and […]
Grab your black eyeliner and break out the lace. Tomorrow night WBAR presents Goth Prom 1986, a free concert featuring an intoxicating brew of hardcore, garage-rock, and beats by Balam Acab, Purling Hiss, Leather, and RL Grime in the Diana Event Oval from 7 to 11:30 pm. The event is open to the public, so feel free to […]
Keep your eyes open for the September issue of The Blue & White, coming soon to campus. Until then, Bwog will honor our heritage/amorous affair with our mother magazine by posting highlights of the upcoming issue online. Among the treats to look forward to: a litany of bizarre and outdated freshman hazing rituals, a brief history of […]
We hope you’re starting to find your sea legs by now. We’ve some real treats for you today. Get yourself wiser courtesy of Bwog alum Menachem Kaiser, GS ’09: A good title on a paper will help you far more than you might realize. Whatever it is you kinda dream about doing in life, do it […]
Bwog’s In-House Masseuse Zoe Camp is not techinically a Stressbuster. She went through with training, but didn’t get certified officially. That can’t stop her from telling you how to help yourself relax during this stressful time, in the first installment of our new relaxation series. Treat yourself (literally!) after your long day of finals. Ah, […]
When you were in middle school, Halloween was a time for wholesome, all-American fun. You probably went trick-or-treating around your neighborhood or marched in the costume parade around your school gym. But you’re in college now, and costumes aren’t like they were in the days of your youth. Upholding a longstanding Bwog tradition, Hannah Goldstein […]
Midterms got you down? Are you hungry? Or cheap? Do you want to eat something unhealthy and call it healthy because it involves an apple? You’re in luck! Today from 5-6pm on the Lehman Walk McAC Time-Out is hosting candy apple making! Apparently there will be multiple toppings, so really let loose over there. Image […]