MENU CATEGORIES

Connect with us

Submit a Tip
MENU CATEGORIES
Posts Tagged with "hot professors"

We all have guilty pleasures and sometimes that guilty pleasure is the only reason we run to 8:40 lectures. Bwog Finance takes a stab at the pros and cons of having hot professors. Benefit: Your attendance is impeccable. You always go to class and you’re extremely punctual. Cost: You can never pay attention in class. Instead, you count […]

Read More

Since the Eye doesn’t have comment threads, feel free to shout out/nominate/disagree here intead Can we please not hear “Dave Eisenbach” and “sex” in the same sentence ever again Choose-your-own mad libs If all it took was “love and prayer” to make a good omelet… A failure of fairnesss?

Read More

Andrew Delbanco, Columbia’s favorite English professor and just about everybody’s favorite social critic, has put down his more customary meditations on Melville, Lincoln and the like and instead pens his reflections on this year’s election in the current issue of The New York Review of Books.  Although he focuses on what he calls the “race […]

Read More

This week’s New York Times Magazine features a bunch of professors dressed up in really expensive clothing. Why? “These professors make academia look good,” was the explanation proffered. Anyway, naturally this thing is called “Class Acts” and as you can imagine, it is wonderful.  Plus, one of the models is Columbia’s own anthropology professor Michael […]

Read More

New Yorker contributer, neurologist and bearded man Oliver Sacks has been appointed “Columbia artist”, the first position of its kind. You can read about it here.

Read More
All Articles

Shield Your Eyes

A friend of a Bwog staffer recently attempted to check out a professor on www.culpa.org.  The professor–Robert Thurman–was not on the site.  

Read More

Bwog contributor Ashley Nin took some time to compile the favorite jokes of a few professors. Hey, they’re not paid for their senses of humor… James Crapotta, Department of Spanish and Latin American Cultures, Barnard A Mexican crosses the border to Texas, hoping to purchase a pair of socks.  He goes into the first store […]

Read More

So, the folks at Gothamist have brought this picture (via flickr) to our attention. According to the information on flickr, this dude is a professor, and he’s standing in the tunnels, our tunnels. Does anyone know his name? Maybe we could send him in as a post-deadline entry to the IvyGate hot prof contest.  

Read More

You know it’s true: your professors are hot. Well, maybe not all of them. But, if like most of the rest of us, you’ve ever been sitting in class and were suddenly overwhelmed by the desire to have Molly Murray or Anders Stephanson come out from behind the lectern and give you a private tour […]

Read More

Have Your Say

What are we in the middle of?

View Results

Loading ... Loading …

Recent Comments

But Gates is much smarter than even your average scientist. For example, he's fully conversant in vaccine science and is (read more)
A Conversation With Bill Gates: Columbia Students Talk Climate Change
February 26, 2021
He is manifestly *not a scientist* and it's insane that he's permitted to act as though he's the most respected (read more)
A Conversation With Bill Gates: Columbia Students Talk Climate Change
February 26, 2021
I don't think the employer in this case is against unionization because it's insufficiently anti-racist. In fact that's one of (read more)
“It’s A Beautiful Day For A Strike Deadline!” Columbia Graduate Workers Union Holds Rally Ahead Of Strike Deadline Of March 15th
February 26, 2021
Without ending systemic racism first, how can we ensure CU's Graduate Student Worker's Union won't become a vehicle for promoting (read more)
“It’s A Beautiful Day For A Strike Deadline!” Columbia Graduate Workers Union Holds Rally Ahead Of Strike Deadline Of March 15th
February 26, 2021

Comment Policy

The purpose of Bwog’s comment section is to facilitate honest and open discussion between members of the Columbia community. We encourage commenters to take advantage of—without abusing—the opportunity to engage in anonymous critical dialogue with other community members. A comment may be moderated if it contains:
  • A slur—defined as a pejorative derogatory phrase—based on ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, ability, or spiritual belief
  • Hate speech
  • Unauthorized use of a person’s identity
  • Personal information about an individual
  • Baseless personal attacks on specific individuals
  • Spam or self-promotion
  • Copyright infringement
  • Libel
  • COVID-19 misinformation