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If your hometown winters don’t necessitate navigating a slush-infested hellscape (in the greatest city in the world), this guide is for you!
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Named after one of our favorite founding fathers, John Jay is next on our freshpeople housing lineup. While this building is known for its dining halls (John Jay & its greasy younger brother, JJ’s place), there are other qualities that make it a desirable residence hall. Location: 511 W. 114th Street, New York, NY 10027 […]
Our freshpeople housing reviews have begun, and up next is the cozy Barnard Quad. This is the only option for all you baby Bears, so get acquainted to this quaint outdoor table setup and overwhelming presence of brick. Read on for specifics, and check back for more housing reviews later on in the week! Location: Brooks, […]
Love the vibe of Carman? Then McBain will surely be your jam. Rising sophomore heaven! Perhaps that is hyperbole… Anyway, Bwog here to tell you what to expect. Location: 562 West 113th Street Nearby dorms: Watt, Nussbaum, 113th Brownstones Stores and restaurants: Deluxe, Milano, Amigo’s, Oren’s, Tom’s, Dig Inn, Nussbaum and Wu, NYPL, basically everywhere Cost: $7,324 (same as […]
Dear Bwog, I am a freshman, so I don’t know much about the rules of journalism at Columbia. Here is my question—am I allowed to be part of both Bwog and Spec? Sincerely, Bwog-curious Dear Bwog-curious, We love that you’re interested in experimenting with Bwog, and we don’t care what other publications you’ve written for […]
To further honor the newly accepted class of 2018, Bwog is rolling out reviews of the freshman dorms on campus considering you kiddos need to pick where you want to live soon. Whether you prefer living in the same building as John Jay, or stay true to your love for Carman because it doesn’t get […]
Yesterday, the Sweet ’16ers learned how to keep sex sexy with Consent 101. Below, NSOP 2012 attendee Alexander Pines takes a look at what that program consisted of, how it was received, and whether Health Services might take things a little more seriously. For the last major mandatory event of NSOP, “Mapping Your First Year […]
We’ve had our laughs at those overeager types who bothered turning in their applications way back in November, but now the Admission’s Department has tapped a whole new deluge of high school seniors to join the class of 2016. This is the point that marks the transcendence of current freshman from the set of innocent […]
A girl reading The Aeneid on the subway is approached by a random older man. Guy: What are you reading? Girl: The Aeneid. Guy: Oh, I remember reading that. I liked the Iliad better. Girl: Me too. I can’t wait to finish this so I can read the Metamorphoses. Guy: Oh man, I love Kafka. Girl: Yeah, […]