Arts Editor Maya Campbell interviews and sees the work of Extra Credit Ensemble, a theatre group led by two current Columbia students, in a special PeopleHop/Arts Review combo post.
Scrawling in Sharpie on the walls of Hungarian’s bathroom is a time-honored tradition, observed by tourists, grads, and sophomores who were really moved by their Marx reading in CC. While the majority of these make for entertaining toilet reading, Hungarian asks that you keep your philosophical thoughts to the non-racist/non-sexist/non-asshole-ish (unless it’s academic assholery). We […]
In our never-ending effort to steer clear of traditional study spaces, we bring you our next installment of Cafe Reviews. This time, when we say off campus we actually mean off campus (except for the one that’s three blocks away). And brace yourself: two of these places don’t have internet, which will mean you’d only […]
Hungarian Pastry Shop, the Morningside Heights staples, served its first cup of coffee 50 years ago today. Like most legendary local haunts, not much has changed since Hungarian first installed refrigeration units and expanded their shop front. Bwog wishes the unofficial capital of existential antics another successful half-century! Mosey on over for the birthday special: 50-cent coffee […]
The Health Department is, as of this summer, requiring that every restaurant in New York display the letter grades they most recently received for cleanliness. This is a nightmare for everyone; it’s rare that any restaurant will sneak away with no health violations. The grades will be assigned during the next year, when the Health […]