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.
Change is upon us, both in the weather and our bathrooms. After speaking out against Tampons and shitty toilet paper, we can finally put them behind us (literally). After communicating our concerns to the university, CCSC has announced: Regular and super tampons will be available for students to pick up starting after spring break at […]
Twitter. “SexyBack.” High School Musical. Dick in a Box. What do all of these lovely things have in common? They turn ten this year! In other news, Bwog also turns ten this year, so our resident Baker-Bwoggers decided to celebrate by making a birthday cake. Classic. The twist? It’s (Columbia?) blue velvet! Ingredients Duncan Hines […]
This morning, Bwog received notice from Columbia Psychological Services that they will be expanding their office space and staff for the coming academic year. Changes to CPS include hiring 6 new clinicians, including a psychiatrist. This staff addition will hopefully reduce the wait time most students experienced in past years when trying to schedule an appointment […]
If a picture says a thousand words, how many words does a moving picture say? And if that doesn’t interest you, meet 1/2 of the reason Bwog is still running. Tonight’s personals: Alex Chang and Sam Aarons. Full disclosure: the personal for Sam, half of Bwog’s tech team, was secretly written and submitted by the […]
Winston Churchill once said, “I may be drunk, Miss, but in the morning I will be sober and you will still be ugly.” Bwog 3.0 is live, and it’s not completely inaccurate to say that we’ll be the same irreverent, vaguely socially relevant Bwog that you know and love. Of course, we’ve matured (pronounce that […]