On Thursday, Events Editor Julia Tolda joined Columbia Science Review’s webinar, “Decisions, Decisions: How Superstitions Drive Choice,” to learn more about the science behind superstitions and descriptive decision-making.
The Armory uptown is probably one of the best, most organized places to get vaccinated in the city. It has tons of appointment slots that open up pretty frequently. It’s also one of the most
Yes, I will miss campus and sitting in rooms learning about all sorts of things with my peers, but there are some things that I’m ready to just say goodbye to.
Happening in the World: A woman from Queensland, Australia was arrested for being connected to the strawberry needle scare that has been occurring over the last two months in Australia and New Zealand where people were finding needles in their store-bought fruit packages. Happening in the USA: After 10 years of suspicion and a one-year […]
LGBTQ @ Columbia honours the 20th anniversary of the Stephen Donaldson Lounge tonight with their Fall Open House at the grand opening of the new Stephen Donaldson Lounge. The open house and grand opening is from 6-8pm on the ground floor of Schapiro Hall. In 1967, Stephen Donaldson (CC’70) founded the Student Homophile League (SHL), now the Columbia […]
Were you too lazy to join the Columbia Queer Alliance? Not yet quite brave enough to attend a GendeRevolution meeting? Just plain unable to figure out where Q meetings are? Or have you only now, in your cold dorm room during the middle of a winter storm, realized that those feelings you’ve been brushing off for years […]
In an email sent earlier today, Carman Hall Residence Director Aaron Hukari responded to the ongoing vandalism of a trans awareness bulletin board on floor 13. The email announces a safe space discussion tomorrow in Carman Lounge from 4-6 pm, LGBTQ@Columbia tabling in Carman Lobby, and pending mandatory weekly floor meetings as well as trans/LGBTQ […]
Over the course of the semester, we have received a series of anonymous tips from (presumably) the same first-year concerning coming out to their roommate. With Queer Awareness Month behind us, we saw it fit to address one of the many LGBTQ-specific issues often faced by members of our community. You can find the series of tips, as well […]
A milestone for civil rights: gay marriage is now legal in New York! You can now claim to attend school in a “progressive” state. Last Friday night around 10 pm, news started leaking out: two Republican state Senators had just announced they would support the gay marriage bill in the NY State Senate. A few […]
Bwog’s Intercollegiate Sexuality Correspondent Lily Icangelo reports on IvyQ 2011… This weekend Columbia hosted the second annual IvyQ conference, a weekend long conference between LGBTQ students and organizations from all eight Ivy League institutions. Each day was jam packed with guest speakers and workshops, while the nights kept attendees busy with “Speed-Friending”, a drag contest, […]
Vernacular change alert! Gender Neutral Housing will now be called Open Housing, and you better believe it has a task force. We’ve confirmed the makeup and goals of the task force with Dean Shollenberger’s office, and here’s what we found out. The Task Force (that’s right, uppercase as in Official) will be working on a […]