Do you have like, really chonky shoes, or the complete antithesis (Chaco’s)? Find out what that says about you by taking this quiz!
In light of the hits and misses Bwog witnessed over the holiday, we have some recommendations for next year for those seeking their lovers’ favor.
Bwog’s Nutella Hot Chocolate is the ideal recipe to comfort you through your “we’re not even halfway through the semester”-slump.
Welcome to Furnald Hall, the hotel of campus! Furnald is quiet and beautiful, like a virgin swan. It’s a great option for first-years and sophomores who like to read in their room. Check it out! Location: 2940 Broadway; inside main campus, between Lerner and Pulitzer Nearby dorms: Carman, John Jay, Hartley, Wallach Stores and restaurants: Morton Williams, Starbucks, […]
Welcome to Carlton Arms, friends. The name sounds like a 19th style bar you’d find in the English countryside, and honestly, the dorm isn’t too far off from that reverie. It’s a million blocks away from the rest of civilization and everything is made of marble (well, in the lobby at least). Let’s check it […]
Still unsure of where you’ll be living next year? As housing selection heats up, Bwog brings you another Housing Review! Nussbaum is a beautiful building, and what it lacks in new facilities it makes up with in high ceilings and a chill vibe. Location: 600 West 113th St (colloquially known as Nuss) • Nearby Dorms: […]
River Phoenix fan? We’ve got you. River is one of Columbia’s hottest dorms, at least in our opinion. This dorm may have a simple name, but it’s got big plans. Read about its cool features. Location: 628 West 114th Street between Broadway and Riverside Drive. Nearby dorms: Shapiro, Broadway, Hogan, St. A’s, those Barnard 116 dorms. […]
Next on our Barnard Housing Review tour is 110, or sometimes called College Residence (both very innovative, creative names). Many people say Cathedral Gardens is the dorm to live in if you’re looking for a grown-up experience, but often fail to mention 110. With its own distance from campus, non-college habitants, and residents’ privileges to buzz up […]