Menu CATEGORIES

Connect with us

CATEGORIES Menu
Posts Tagged with "eic wisdom"
All Articles

Never Go Away, But Please Never Get Old

In the latest installment of our ongoing series of EIC reflections in celebration of Bwog’s big birthday, our second-ever Editor-in-Chief, Lydia DePillis, remembers life back when Gmail was new. Lydia remained a journalist, and now works for the Washington Post. Few things have made me feel older than the realization that Bwog, this little project we […]

Read More
All Articles

Bwog, Be Nicer!

Continuing our week of 10th birthday throwbacks to former Bwoggers, Sarah Faith Thompson has some insights on her time as co-EIC of this fabulously fraught publication. If you look way back in the Columbia University Class of 2016 Facebook group, all the way back to the cringeworthy month of August 2012, there’s a post where […]

Read More
All Articles

So Help Me Bwog

In a belated celebration of Bwog’s 10th birthday, we present to you the (honest) experiences of former Editors-In-Chief. Next up is Maud Rozee, who served as co-Editor and Internal Editor during 2014; she holds nothing back.  First, let me acknowledge that I was likely the worst Bwog Editor-in-Chief of all time. I co-reigned for, what, four inglorious months […]

Read More
All Articles

Happy Birthday Bwog, Thanks For Messing Everything Up

In honour of Bwog’s 10th birthday, our former Editors-in-Chief are returning to write about their experiences, both positive and negative, with Bwog. First up is Alexandra Svokos, who served in her honourable office during 2013. Below, she reflects on joining Bwog and how it has changed her life. For some reason over the last few […]

Read More

Have Your Say

Where are you going this summer?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

Recent Comments

Don’t act dumb. A responsible victim would go to the police, not the halls of academia, if there were a (read more)
Barnard Fires Executive Director of Public Safety, Not Involved Officers, Following Milstein Center Assault
August 18, 2019
Most crimes on campus are students sexually assaulting other students. Y'all just don't get Clery Alerts about that so you (read more)
Barnard Fires Executive Director of Public Safety, Not Involved Officers, Following Milstein Center Assault
August 17, 2019