COVID-19 may have robbed students of the University’s many sporting events for the Fall Semester, but there remains one campus sport that students can still enjoy watching live. Staff Writer (and former PUBG/DOTA2 player) Lia
Bold. Beautiful. Broke. Barnard. President Beilock and the Board of Trustees recently announced the appointment of new members to the college’s Board of Trustees, including a founder of Time’s Up and a supermodel-programmer.
The Columbia Daily Spectator hasn’t published any content since September 25, as the result of a halt on publishing initiated by the site’s Managing Board over Spec’s lack of a suitable gender-based misconduct policy, according
Aaaand we’re back! GSSC Bureau Chief Olivia Mitchell gives you the highs and lows, the ups and downs, and the trials and tribulations of the first almost full General Studies Student Council meeting of the
This Bwogger attended an event centered around the effects of our warming climate, specifically as they relate to the wildfires ravaging the west coast.
Have celebrities lost their minds? Professional tabloid reader and Twitter user Miyoki Walker has taken it upon herself to answer the question by ranking famous alumni behavior during the quarantine.
In an email to CC and SEAS students sent this morning, the Columbia Election Commission announced student government representatives for the coming years and the passage of the divestment referendum. 61.04% of participating students voted
Bwog’s lifeblood is institutional memory. Britt Fossum delved into the archives of the RBML just in time for #tbt. This week’s edition just kind of happened by accident. One of the boxes of historical photographs of Columbia in the rare books and manuscript library is labelled simply Columbia: Traditions. Within this box were pictures of […]
Bwog Editor Alexandra Svokos is tired of hearing the word “wellness.” This past Sunday, the Student Wellness Project hosted their second Wellness Summit from 1-4 pm in the Diana. I left this summit far more stressed than I had been before I walked in. I was agitated following the discussions, having been pounded with a […]
This just in, over the American Studies majors listserv: next semester, Foner is teaching Reconstruction “for the very last time,” ending one of Columbia’s biggest academic institutions. The announcement comes just in time for registration at the beginning of next week. Hop to it, kids. Update, 9:40 p.m.: Professor Foner got back to Bwog with […]
This week in The Atlantic, Columbia’s own football player Chad Washington, CC’15, was heavily featured in an article on the need for more safety measures in football—especially when it comes to head injuries. In the article, he describes heavy hits he’s taken, including a concussion Washington obtained during his high school career. Washington also explains why he […]
With all this talk of USenate elections, Bwog’s been fielding the same question: so what exactly is the University Senate…? To that, Bwog groans and rolls our eyes: we’ve gone over this already!! To that end, we’re reposting an interview from last month with Jared Odessky, CC’15, about the Senate, just in time for you to […]
So this happened in Time Magazine. Welcome to the party, Time. You’re a little late. However belated, the homage to squirrels on undergrad campuses brought fond memories of Bwog’s own joyous, complicated relationship with the omnivorous rodents. Love them, hate them, or don’t particularly care at all, here’s a brief history of Columbia, the Sciuridae, […]