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.
A day after the Paris Attacks, the world is reeling from the incident. As we try to make sense out of something so senseless, many have come forward with their own responses. We have chosen to focus Bwoglines this week solely on this topic. Many notable figures have made comments about the causes behind the attacks, including Syrian […]
Terrorists killed at least 153 people in attacks last night across Paris, including at a restaurant, a concert hall, and a France-Germany soccer match. American buildings including One World Trade Center, were lit up with the French national colors. (CNN) Harvard Law professors denounced the documentary The Hunting Ground, which discusses rape on college campuses […]
Sometimes Bwog can’t get enough feminism. And by that, we mean generally speaking insofar as feminism means being a DSpar fangirl and Bwog’s role within the walls of a women’s college. On occasion, Bwog does find some feminism on the other side of Broadway. On Monday, Bwog’s resident Columbia feminist Roberta Barnett checked out a […]
For city council, kiss those term limits goodbye! “Basically the President of the EU” warns Columbia students about the future. Drastic times call for drastic measures. Barnard changes Econ requirements. Forbes’s love affair with Ratemyprofessors.com. Are you skeptical? Budget deficit means even fewer reasons to accept MTA’s fare hike. QuAM runs with scissors.
This past Monday, francophiles and French citizens celebrated Bastille Day. And since gossiping about President Sarkozy and his wife is no way to celebrate the holiday — and Film Forum is no longer featuring its wonderful series on Godard — here are a few suggestions for some French films worth renting. The Rules of the […]