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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.
Good news for those of you who have given up the Hunger Games-style death match that is finding space in Butler and instead have just resigned to studying in your room and slowly becoming one with your bed. Columbia cares about you! So they’ve opened up some study spaces and extended counseling hours so you […]
Community Impact, the university’s largest service organization (and cause for a great schmooze-fest at PrezBo’s mansion last semester) is holding an open house tonight in Earl Hall from 6 pm to 9 pm. They promise copious amounts of free food as well as live music in the lobby, all in the hopes of wooing you […]
After such a warm day, there are two options for your early evening: first, Amnesty International’s cleverly named “Jamnesty,” which will combine live music with a free “Ethiopian dinner.” Apparently, live music plus Ethiopian food equals “almost like the 60s… minus the pot.” The potless-ness begins at 8:30 in Earl Hall Auditorium. If living a […]
Mere minutes ago, Bwog received photographic evidence that widely-acclaimed cover artist (oh, and Carman public safety officer-in-chief) Sir Mike brought down the house at Earl Jam tonight. Sir Mike, informally known as Michael Layne, is widely perceived among first-years to be the only friendly adult on campus. Tip for freshmen: he has been known to […]
It does, apparently, make a sound. Or if not a sound, then certainly a mess. Pictured above are the remains of a tree felled during last night’s storm. Bwog forestry correspondent James Williams was there to snap a picture. Arbor action shot (a log in mid-air!) after the jump.
Looks like Student Governing Board has got a room of their own–in Student Affairs, complete with a new Associate Dean, two advisors, and a financial assistant (although they’ve since been ironed out, SGB has a definite history of fiscal difficulties). According to a press release today, the SGB governing board is happy with how things […]