The nationwide Sunrise Movement, which has organized scores of young people into taking action and demanding legislation to fight climate change, is encouraging Columbia students and faculty to strike tomorrow to show their support for
John Henry Coatsworth, the Provost of Columbia University, will resign from his position on June 30, 2019, according to an email sent out by University President Lee Bollinger early this morning.
Ahh, yes, the elusive single. Need your private time? Scarred by getting sexiled in Carman? Internal editor and proud resident of a McBain single Zoe Sottile tells you how it’s done.
Engineering Student Council met last night for a very brief meeting, hoping that all the council members could spend their valuable time on the midterms preceding Spring Break. Compared to the explosive and controversial CCSC meeting
From the creators of The Bacchanal Educational Playlist, we present to you Bwog’s Ultimate Pregame Playlist. Whether you’re pregaming Bacchanal or 1020, these are some basic, versatile songs to get LIT to (don’t worry, I hate that I just used that phrase too). This one is dedicated to all those sucky frat parties with equally sucky music – watch, […]
No idea who Ty Dolla $ign is? Still as pumped for Bacchanal as we are? Lucky for you, Bwoggers and icons Jenny Zhu and Idris O’Neill compiled a Bacchanal Educational Playlist that provides a basic introduction to the hits of Ty Dolla $ign, Kamaiyah, and St. Beauty. Educate yoself!
If you’ve ever wanted to feel the warm embrace of a sheet of steel and a Koronet Pizza-sized gong, you got your chance on Tuesday night. The Miller Theatre hosted one of its signature pop-up concerts on Tuesday, a casual event featuring some free drinks that invited its audience members onto the stage for an […]
The Presidential Scholars in Society and Neuroscience kicked off this year’s series of seminars with “Music and Meaning,” a seminar designed to examine the ways we find meaning in music from an interdisciplinary perspective. Bwogger Ramisa was there. The seminar began with a welcome from Pamela Smith, Professor of History and Chair of the Presidential […]
Bwog is a fan of music, as you may tell from our frequent playlists. We don’t often include classical music on those playlists but, maybe we should? Last night, new bwogger Tamara Barriot headed to the Miller Theater to check out renowned American composer Steve Reich (soon-to-turn 80!) with the group Ensemble Signals. What she heard […]
Bwog loves good music. We love good music reviews, too. Last night, we sent Ross Chapman to Miller Theater, to cover a concert with French composer Francesca Verunelli. Listen…or read on… “In a strange uneven evenness, strange things arise.” Thus Miller Theater’s program explains the modern music of the modern European composer Francesca Verunelli. Last […]
We are all DEFINITELY ready for a break–take yours at 4 am in Butler with these trap essentials. We apologize for the emotional whiplash that may come along with listening to Future while you try to study for your Econ midterm… Low Life by Future feat. The Weeknd Uber Everywhere by Madeintoyo Sorry Not Sorry by Bryson […]
Do you like good food and good music? If you do, then congratulations, you’re normal, and you have a great opportunity today: from 1 to 2 pm, Live at Lerner will be showcasing the folk music of “Bird Dog.” Come to the Lerner Piano Hall for the promised jams and snacks. RSVP to the Facebook event […]
CUMB–do you pronounce the B or not? The world may never know, but Bwog sent Dailier Finn Klauber to check out CUMB’s recruitment process last night. Last night’s events conveniently occurred at the same time as sorority rush. Gotta choose one or the other, we guess. Here’s the run-down. It’s a good thing I wasn’t […]
Give the Action Line at Ferris a break and feed both your body and soul (too cheesy?) with some live music today. Live At Lerner presents Lauv, a pop/R&B/indie artist who will perform songs from his new album “Lost in the Light.” It’ll be today (!), in the Piano Lounge of Lerner from 1 to 2 […]
Illegally lighting up your menorah is one thing, but what about sneaking a Christmas tree into your dorm? Bwog knows just how important holiday traditions are, and we’ve got you covered. Rite Aid on 110th has the trees, we have the answers. Here are five easy solutions we’ve compiled, à la WikiHow, on how to […]
Leave the barren cave that is your dorm room and celebrate the end, or near-end, of midterms with Live at Lerner’s inaugural fall outdoor concert. The concert will feature The Heydaze—a New York-based band with pop sensibilities and a recently released debut EP—so check them out! Opening for them will be two student bands: Blue Holidæ (mellow jams) […]
Deep in the abyss of John Jay Hall, a star is born. Just kidding, she was born in 1997. However, her highly-anticipated EP, Blood Girl, was not. In fact, Blood Girl was birthed from the fiery womb of creativity just about one month after its creator, Rachel Roth, arrived on Columbia’s campus. Rachel Roth, who […]
A Bwog staff writer and committed concertgoer delivers a slice of the sounds of the other John Adams of modern composition. John Luther Adams, a standout in the world of American composition and the recipient of Columbia’s William Schuman Award for 2015, closed out a three-concert series of performances this past Saturday at the Miller Theatre. “Extraordinary Listening: […]
Morgan Hughes, better known as Trill Mah, rose to Columbia music fame last Spring when she was selected as an opener for Bacchanal. Senior Staffer Briana caught up with the artist to see what she’s been up to this year with music and life. “I live on the fifth floor, so I’m sorry in advance for […]