On Thursday, Events Editor Julia Tolda joined Columbia Science Review’s webinar, “Decisions, Decisions: How Superstitions Drive Choice,” to learn more about the science behind superstitions and descriptive decision-making.
The Armory uptown is probably one of the best, most organized places to get vaccinated in the city. It has tons of appointment slots that open up pretty frequently. It’s also one of the most
Yes, I will miss campus and sitting in rooms learning about all sorts of things with my peers, but there are some things that I’m ready to just say goodbye to.
The 15th Annual Jeanne Clery Lecture Series on April 6 brought sex educators Bianca Laureano and Francisco Ramirez together for a conversation about sex, dating, and intimacy during the pandemic.
On Sunday evening, the Broadway Advocacy Coalition, in collaboration with Columbia Law School, presented an event in their political and social activism series titled “The Invitation”. This installment of the series, “The American Hangover”, featured several segments of ‘artivism’ — a fusion of art and activist performances. Bwogger Lexie Lehmann shares her thoughts on the […]
Niall Horan told a British outlet that the on-hiatus group, One Direction, will reunite in the near future. The extended hiatus that began earlier this year allowed individual band members to pursue solo careers. (Yahoo) Beyoncé has released a line of Christmas-themed merch. Unfortunately, the design depicting the pile of coal filling Jay Z’s stocking stuffer did […]
By now, news of Mike Pence’s appearance at Hamilton and the cast’s message for him is not new, nor is Trump’s call for an apology. Yet the president-elect continues to insist upon an apology from the show, the second day in a row Trump has honed in on Broadway’s message. (CNN) Melania Trump and son, Barron, […]
October has officially brought in the frigid air as everyone shifts indoors to their favorite bars and joints to avoid being cooped up in a library stocked with people you know aren’t studying either. So why not toast to the fact that another semester will go by and you will still have no idea what you’re doing… When […]
Bernie attacked Hillary’s qualifications for the White House in a speech in Philly today. (NY Times) However, Hillary did visit New York yesterday, and even rode the subway (though it took her five swipes to get her card to work). (NY Times) Have you seen CMTS’s Sweeney Todd yet? (Look for our review later today!) […]
Columbia’s got a decent-sized campus, so one would think that finding rehearsal and performance space would be a fairly easy task for our many performing arts groups. Unfortunately, with a constantly-increasing number of groups vying for space, and the Columbia bureaucracy doing what the Columbia bureaucracy does best (i.e. creating complications), the task is far […]
Somehow, one of our staff members has lucked into having no midterms this week. This anonymous Bwogger tells us what it’s like to be “free” this week–or, rather, what we think it’s like. Everyone around me is, in their words, “dying.” On this busy week of ours, libraries are packed and hope is scarce. “One more week,” my […]
An observant tipster spotted what appeared to be a man smoking on the roof of Hamilton. What he was smoking, we cannot say with certainty. What we can say is that he was on a roof. Was he looking to cool off and take a smoke break after climbing seven labored flights of Hamilton stairs? […]
If you love pizza/hate walking up the Hamilton stairs, it’s probably a sign that you’re destined to join Peer Health Exchange. Find out tonight at 9 pm (and again on Wednesday at 9 pm)—they’re holding an info session in Hamilton 301, and free pizza is on the agenda. Because what else would there be a picture […]
Namely, that it has flooded the machine room. So that’s the bad news: due to a flood in the basement machine room, all the building’s bathrooms are closed until further notice. In an email to a whole bunch of humanities departments, Lisa Seales, Columbia College’s Director of HR, also mentioned that the flood has also […]
Perhaps the most common of all campus seats, the Hamilton desk-chair is here reviewed for posterity. Chair reviews—like CULPA for things on which it is appropriate to sit. You walk into Lit Hum just as it starts—as always—and quickly scan the room to find the open seat. There’s one in the corner, so you sneak […]
There are just better acoustics! Interesting learning experience tipped by Jacki Bryk