On Saturday night, Bwog received screenshots of messages from the GroupMe of Columbia’s chapter of Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI).
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.
Did you read about the gadfly in Plato’s Apology? Do you know the term just because you are hip? Or are you lost af? Whichever defines you, Bwog has a novel answer: become a PART of The Gadfly, a.k.a., Columbia’s undergraduate Philosophy journal, thanks to its recent revamp. Senior staffer (and Gadflyer) Sarah Dahl has the […]
The Spring 2010 issue of The Gadfly is soon out in print and now available online. We hit the highlights: On protest, or Columbia’s recent lack thereof. (p. 4) On religion and science. (p. 7) On philosophy and art. (p. 11) On whatever Finnegans Wake is about. (p. 20) On love. (p. 24) On parents. […]
The Fall 2009 issue of The Gadfly is out in print, and Bwog hits the highlights: Why skeptical science is better than paradigmatic science. (p. 6) God and poetry: twins? (p. 10) Stop, collaborate, and think beautifully. (p. 14) Emotions affect attitudes affect feelings affect actions… (p. 16) Religion through philosophy (p. 24) Neuroenhancers: Why? […]
For those who need a refresher on Columbia’s new philosophy magazine, here’s an interview from earlier this year. Their current issue is available now and here’s some of what’s in it (page numbers are by the number in the pdf): An Explanation of What the Hell a “Work” Issue is About (p.3) Columbia Undergraduate Philosophy […]
A gadfly, according to Billy Goldstein (CC’ 09), is “some big-ass fly,” and also the only non-defunct undergraduate philosophy magazine at Columbia University. The Gadfly has so far printed one issue with a medley of contributions: a letter of explanation, a few art pieces, a fictional work, a quasi-Socratic dialogue, a lecture review, and–as a […]