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.
Two Barnard seniors, Julia Discenza and Marjie Shrimpton (BC ’14) have taken on the challenge of creating, directing, and producing a collaborative piece of evening-length dance. What does evening-length entail in the dance world? An evening-length dance piece is a piece of choreography greater than 60 minutes usually that tells a self-contained story of some sort. […]
Lowlapalooza is tomorrow from 10 am to 7 pm! Get yo’self acquainted with the acts before they start. Melissa O’Sullivan brings you String Theory and Taylor Simone and Noel Gutierrez-Morfin presents The Morningsiders. String Theory (11:25 to 11:55 am) String Theory isn’t your usual string ensemble. These 5 cellists–Justin Zhao, SEAS ’15; Nathan Chan, CC’15; […]
In case you weren’t lucky enough to have your talent featured on Bwog, there’s a new talent showcase in town. Auditions for Columbia’s Got Talent begin this Wednesday, from 8 to 10 in Wallach Lounge. They continue through Sunday, but you must register 24 hours prior to auditions. Registration and auditions schedule available here.
Bwog Daily Editor and Fervent Snazzy Attire Supporter Julia Mix Barrington stopped by the Spectator’s Blue Pencil Dinner last night. The keynote speaker was Dean Baquet, former editor-in-chief of The Los Angeles Times, who currently works for The New York Times. Dean Baquet | Image via huffingtonpost.com The Blue Pencil Lecture — an evening of […]
Wondering what you have to do to be an early member of Phi Beta Kappa? Here’s what Bwog found out about our early nominees: Rajiv Agarwal, Philosophy, co-president of Columbia Global Justice Rudi Batzell, History, Undergraduate History Council chair, editor/reviver of the Undergraduate History Journal, former editor of Lucha’s El Participante, and anti-ROTC panelist. Mikaela […]
Bwog freelancer Stephanie Quan isn’t a classical music buff, but she got interested in virtuoso violinist Joshua Bell when she heard about this experiment in a D.C. metro station. Eight months later, she snagged a phone interview with the Strad-playing celebrity, and quizzed him on childhood habits and favorite dead people. Bwog: Hi. Joshua […]