While campus is closed for the semester, the Milstein Center and their Teaching and Learning Centers have been working to provide online support and resources for students on their semester away. Most are providing events,
First-year Panu Hejmadi gives new students an in-depth, articulate tour of Barnard College as the most reliable tour guide that has ever been on Barnard’s campus. After all, there is nothing more objective than a
On Wednesday, September 16, noted author and feminist scholar Roxane Gay addressed the Barnard community, in the first of three lectures in the new “Big Problems: Making Sense of 2020” series.
Bwog Staff wants to bring their personality to each and every Zoom call and we find that this is best achieved through the background we choose.
On Tuesday, September 15, Columbia Psychiatry hosted a panel titled “Unequal Care: Mental Health and Black Americans,” the first of a three-panel series in partnership with the School of Journalism titled “Justice and Mental Health:
Ah, Cinco de Mayo, the favorite holiday of frats/srats and other cultural appropriators everywhere. Here’s what some Columbia students did on the holiday/the first day of reading week. Went into a fit of rage at Amigo’s after not getting seated 45 minutes after my RESERVATION TIME. Went to the Heights where I had some good margs. Drunkenly […]
Though the OG Barnard Bearoness was busy attending to Arianna Huffington, Bwog’s own Thursday Daily Editor Caroline Montgomery stepped up to the plate and displayed her loves for both Barnard and democracy when she attended the SGA meeting Monday night. Read below to learn about some of the important items on this week’s agenda. SGA’s first meeting […]
Around 3:30 AM last night, residents of 114th St. between Broadway and Amsterdam were awoken from their peaceful slumber by the most courteous neighbors of all time: Beta House. In keeping with their recent tradition, most of their blaring music consisted of tunes from Disney that may be enjoyable in small doses, but not at […]