Editor in Chief Isabel Sepúlveda can’t actually fight people while responsibly socially distancing, so this will have to do.
Being on campus and shopping for groceries are kinda weird experiences right now… but also somehow not really as weird as you’d expect, given the circumstances. Here is a revised ranking of MoHi grocery
It’s a safe assumption that 80% of the Columbia student body would turn into horrible rage-monsters without a morning cup of coffee. Hey, as one of the country’s most stressful schools, we reserve the right to take our caffeine very seriously. So when we got wind of a student-run coffee shop operating out of EC1808, […]
Connoisseur of Fine Art and Fine Bagels Brit Byrd visited CC sophomore Alex Chang’s Nussbaum dorm-cum-museum. Here’s what he found out from its curator… Impressionism, curatorship, and soft lighting are three concepts not usually associated with the address 600 W 113th St. This year however, the focused glow of one resident’s set of museum-caliber LEDs is on […]
It’s finally the weekend again! After what we’re sure was a hot mess totally composed Bacchanal experience, perhaps you’d like to regain some dignity points. With this in mind, Bwog urges you to try something new and follow this handy guide detailing the ideal operatic soundtrack to your drink of choice. Toast to your friends […]
Some say 40 is the beginning of the end, but for CU seniors, it is only the beginning. Here begin the last 40 days ’til graduation, ceremoniously inaugurated last night on Low: Cue Bwog’s preliminary college bucket list, a guide to some the things some of us want to do before we put on our growing-up hat. […]
It’s midterms, you’re busy, you got two hours of sleep, and in your delirious haze you stop at a food cart to grab a hot dog. Well, maybe today it’s just a hot dog. But maybe this is the start of something big. Maybe, just maybe, tomorrow you’ll wake up to find Morningside has turned […]