News Editor Lauren Kahme interviews the Co-Founder of The Testing Project, a grassroots movement advocating for essential workers’ protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What’s Halloween at Columbia without a reference to Vampire Weekend? Bwog is here to inspire another last minute costume: Ezra Koenig! You will need: Sweater and oxford shirt (preferably from somewhere pseudo-prep like J. Crew or Uniqlo) Sperrys Ray-Bans A copy of Edward Said’s Orientalism Takeout from Jerusalem on 103rd and Broadway Fangs Execution: Step 1: Layer that sweater over […]
This afternoon, we pried ourselves out of our usual Butler nooks (slumped over in the Edward W. Said reading room on But 6, behind the desk in 401, or on the other side of the desk in 401, harassing the attendant) and journeyed into the stacks, looking for the right words to express ourselves (and […]
As campus groups are still rolling into the new season and you still don’t have a shit-ton of work, why not go further? Break out of the bubble while you still have the chance and catch some of Bwog staff’s cultural picks for the week. Columbia: The Institute for Comparative Literature and Society is hosting […]
In response to the recent increased frequency with which McCain has been criticizing Obama’s friendship with Weather Underground co-founder and TC ’87 Bill Ayers, over 1600 professors and academics have signed a statement of support for Ayers. “It seems that the character assassination and slander of Bill Ayers and other people who have known Obama […]
Class councils are usually content with spamming our inboxes and springing for the occasional platter of Dino BBQ. And God bless ’em for it–free food and the electronically-reinforced illusion of class unity are the two pillars upon which successful student government stand. But the CC 2011 class council is taking this time-honored formula to its next […]