The DEI commission shared their report directly with SEAS students today and asked for feedback regarding its content.
In a close vote, graduate student workers have decided against the proposed contract from the bargaining committee and the University.
Bwog surveyed students across the four undergraduate colleges to better understand the impacts of the GWC-UAW strike on their academic and emotional wellbeing.
We’ve heard a few rumors that one of our favorite places to get salads just got even more expensive: Milano is charging $1 extra for chopped salads. Nothing about capitalism in America has infuriated me more. The horror! The horror! Let us know if this has happened to you too, or if an entrepreneurial individual […]
According to DNAinfo.com, representatives of Milano Market have apologized for Forest Whitaker’s unwarranted frisking, and fired the responsible employee. They also stated that they do not believe the employee was racially motivated in his frisking. Whitaker had refrained from reporting the incident to the police because he didn’t want to employee to lose his job. […]
Our beloved weekly series is back! Inspired by recent events, we bothered the poor souls trapped in Butler to find out what would stop them from going to Columbia’s favorite deli, Milano Market. Here are some of the best answers we got: “I actually don’t go to Milanos! Have never been.” “Probably getting stopped and frisked. […]
When Bwog found out there was another Milano Market in the city, we dropped everything (read: skipped our pass/fail class) to launch a full-blown investigation. In case you ever get excommunicated from the Upper West Side location for stepping on the cat’s tail or decide to transfer to Hunter College, here’s everything you need to […]
Say goodbye to the days of running into Milano’s, grabbing trail mix, and paying with credit. They’ve instated new credit card minimum—of $8—thus making difficult that those hungover mornings when all you want is a bottle of ginger ale and the cash from your wallet has mysteriously disappeared.
A month ago, the Dean announced on Bwog that the winner of our nicknaming contest would win lunch with him, and a place at an unveiling ceremony bearing his new epithet. Yesterday, Columbia’s most powerful brand mogul, Ivan Duschatzky, SEAS ’13, joined Dean Valentini for Milano (chicken parm for Ivan, grilled chicken for the Dean). Bwog […]
So many things have happened this week that it’s almost too much for us to process. There are changes everywhere, new things abound—all this excitement might be dangerous for Bwog’s heart health! Though we may have had a little fun with yesterday’s posts, we promise that today’s edition of Boringside Heights is totally legit. Feast […]
Looks like Milano is getting a facelift. The Milano men tell us they’re reconfiguring the doors, following their recent counter makeover. Give us two doors again, please! Update: Looks like they’re getting two doors! Someone we spoke to at Milano said the construction should be done by today. Expect two doors on the right side […]
ADI is hosting a free lunch at 12:30 in the Davis Auditorium of Schapiro for the conclusion of their week long DevFest. Sources claim there will be one hundred Milano sandwiches for the taking! At 1:00, the demos begin and teams will present their projects to a general audience, including reps from local startups. Then, […]
Another week, another installment of Morningside minutiae. Behold the delightful and disastrous details of dining and decorating! Latest coverage on the controversial Lerner chairs: support your slouch with new corduroy cushions! Bwog decrees they’re cooler than the other side of the pillow. Carpet cleaning at SIPA. But so much has been swept under the rug… […]
The Milano sandwich artists are using technology and old neighborhood stores are closing. All of a sudden, everything is different! First, Anish Bramhandkar bought a $9 sandwich, and informed us that Milano has new robot-scanners-and-barcodes. Be prepared to shave seconds off your next Milano run! Then we walked down Broadway a little further only to […]