Barnard President Beilock and the Office of University Life shared resources for students to cope with the guilty verdict of Derek Chauvin in emails tonight.
After over two years of negotiations, the GWC-UAW Local 2110 bargaining committee and University officials have created a draft for Columbia’s first graduate worker contract.
As you may know, each year we have a Halloween pumpkin carving contest. You submitted your pumpkins and we bored college students expert pumpkin judges have made our decision. That said, your winner is the epic Columbia pumpkin, with Low on one side and Butler on the other! We ask that the winner please contact […]
As final papers and exams loom on the horizon, so comes the return of another, happier Columbia tradition: that week where you get to read about your professors’ preferences on cheese and oral sex. Actual Wisdom is back in all its elegant, awkward glory, and kicking it off is Barnard’s own Anne Prescott. Let her […]
Tonight, Bwog bumped around Butler, asking one question: “Are you happy?” Here is what you said. A guy walking into 209: “Yes, because I think I’m in the right place, doing the right thing.” A man on the second floor: “Moderately. [shrugs] That’s kind of an awkward question to ask in a library.” One of your friendly […]
Murder: A man was shot and killed yesterday morning on Columbus and 109th street in front of NoCo Lounge. (Spectator) Oil: In response to rising oil prices due to recent activity in the Middle East, Obama is considering tapping the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. (NYTimes) Housing: One woman discovered a way to get an apartment on the Upper West Side […]
It’s a perfect day for a springtime picnic! For some slices from Famiglia, sandwiches and wraps from Westside, iced tea, lemonade, and other miscellaneous yummy snacks, all on CC 2011’s dime, head over to the Wien Courtyard from noon to 3. Rumor has it that there will also be outdoor games. (Relay races? Water balloon […]
The sun has set on a beautiful, 70 degree day here in New York. Bwog had a lovely time remembering how wonderful it is here (and below 96th Street!) during the first few days of spring. We k-velled like k-razy when we spotted this yellow flower and sign poking out of an open window on […]
If you’re in Butler and were wondering why people are happy outside your window, look no further than Low Plaza where over a hundred happy Jews are dancing with torahs. It’s the last night of the harvest holiday of Sukkot, and revelers are linking arms, singing and rejoicing over the crops they have reaped this […]
Say goodbye to the days of Columbia as a jumbled, impossible-to-navigate bureaucracy. We love you, librarians of Columbia. Thank you for being our friends. Their “Ask Us Now” feature may be down as of this writing, but check it out: our librarians can be contacted during office hours through AIM, G-chat, Windows Live and the […]