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.
CCSC’s Uchechi Iteogu, Co-Chair of the Capital Investment Fund, just announced the fund’s grant winners for this year. Six clubs made the cut, out of eleven applications, and a total of $11, 235 was awarded. The four undergraduate student councils created the Capital Investment fund in September 2012 to help clubs with high equipment costs […]
Now we have one final Senior Wisdom to close out the Class of 2013. We love you all and wish you all best! Name, Hometown, School: kapwatt. As true as it is that I was born and raised in Queens, I can’t deny that I’m an NJ’er at heart. If browntown were a real word, it […]
Holi 2011—it happened just this morning in front of Pupin! Scores of Columbia students gathered to engage in the powdered paint fight that is Holi, a whimsically carefree Hindu celebration of spring. This Bwogger (post-shower, thankfully—that paint is super hard to get out of your hair!) can honestly say that the sense of Columbia community […]
The Hindu Student Organization/Ahimsa’s Diwali Celebration is sold out, but enter your name on the waitlist and you’ll still have a chance of free food come 8:00. Also, Bwogger Anish Bramhandkar hears from inside sources that eventually doors will be opened to everyone. If ye be patient, be fed! Photo via Wikimedia Commons
Tipster John Gardner sends photos our way of the Hindu Students Organization’s Holi festival. The annual springtime celebration features 1500 lbs. of paint for throwing at your friends and promises (threats?) of supersoakers. There will also be a classical dance performance explaining the origins of the celebration. It’s happening til around 2ish on the EC/IAB […]