This past Thursday, the Columbia School of Nursing’s Center for Research on People of Color (CRPC) hosted Dr. Amadou Gaye, the second speaker of their Anti-Racism Speaker Series, to discuss his research on the relationship between
Want to decorate your dorm? Afraid of commitment? Halfway through the semester without doing anything for your room? You’ve come to the right place.
As we’re starting to feel the first chills of fall, it gets harder to live that “casually active” lifestyle you’ve been rocking all summer. This means dealing with the smells and interactions of our own Marcellus Hartley Dodge Fitness Center. To prepare you for your descent to Pupin’s not-so-seedy underbelly, Bwog has compiled an etiquette guide […]
Term papers and finals have—as they always do—snuck up on us. That means a lot of feverish writing sessions, printing problem sets, and checking Courseworks. It also means a lot of time in computer labs. So when you’re in line at the Lerner printer, waiting for a Mac to free up, or just typing away […]
They came, they saw, they clung to their nametags. We’re sure we conquered their hearts and minds with our extremely desirable and hip aloofness, sporadically pleasant weather and immaculate study habits… But really though? More likely you did one of the following things, because you were amused by their fresh-faced naïveté, and took a sick […]
Bwog’s recently published etiquette guide included the suggestion “people getting take out should take utensils, straws, and mints at the beginning” in order to alleviate some of the cluttered mayhem that is the swipe-in line at John Jay. Lo and behold, a day later, the very same mints have been moved outside the line. Coincidence…?
For some first-years, John Jay takeout is the saving grace of our humble dining hall. It gives students the option of eating in the comfort of their own dorms, on the Steps, or at any other location where it’s acceptable to eat alone. However, as convenient and useful as this service may be, there are […]