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.
With fall looking more like an extended summer or California winter right now, it’s easy for us all to slip into oblivion to avoid the heat and mid-terms. We just want to wear our oversized sweaters in peace! Too hot to handle Boyfriend and I accidentally ordered a huge pitcher of sangria at 6:30pm. Ended our evening […]
Will making the pre-meds of tomorrow take more humanities classes save them from soulless despair? Worth a try… (NY Times) A mobile medical facility in Las Vegas is devoted to instantly curing your hangover. Can we lure it to College Walk? (Las Vegas Review-Journal) Secret Service agents have a wild night in Colombia before a […]
We at Bwog know that our readers have been having a bit too much fun lately, so we thought we’d ask our resident culinary whiz Matt Powell to hook y’all up with some hangover remedies. You’ll thank us later. Not being a heavy drinker, I don’t have a ton of experience in the hangover department, […]
Welcome to the Columbia Olympics. Through this series, Bwog hopes to prepare you for at least some of the events that you will participate in at Columbia. Unlike the real Olympics, no one’s too young, too old, too juiced, or too angry to participate. Since everything must be judged, though, we have included gold medal […]