News Editor Lauren Kahme interviews the Co-Founder of The Testing Project, a grassroots movement advocating for essential workers’ protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From Chicano Caucus’ statement yesterday regarding the pictures from the Theta mixer (featured at the bottom of the post): Stereotypes are used to oppress marginalized communities. These pictures caricaturize Mexican culture and should not be overlooked. The attire trivializes an entire nation’s history, its peoples, and its cultures, reducing them to a mere mustache and sombrero. Though […]
In celebration of the sacred month of Movember, Bwog interviewed two members of the Columbia Men’s Heavyweight Rowing team, which has been involved in some pretty furry philanthropy this month. If you happen to be one of those uninformed individuals who thought Movember and No Shave November were the same thing, read on, because Nick […]
Our senior wisdoms will be running every night — and maybe even more often than that — for the next few weeks, so keep coming back to get your knowledge fix. Tonight: Evan Welber, mustached master. Name, Hometown, School: Evan Welber, Coral Springs, FL, CC Claim to fame? I still haven’t managed to raze memories […]
Thursday evening the World Leaders Forum hosted US Attorney General Eric Holder, who defended the Department of Justice’s policies on the financial industry, affirmed affirmative action, and gave attendees the opportunity to compare his impressive mustache to PrezBo’s hair. Government Guru Brit Byrd reports: As PrezBo’s introductory comments waxed even more glistening than his own […]
MiMoo’ email revealed animosities plaguing the administration. Only when you understand the university’s current structure can you begin to comprehend the implications of centralization and her departure. First, a bit of history. The massive administrative construct, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, traces all the way back to the late nineteenth century. In 1880, Graduate […]
NYTimes reports a House ethics panel has found Democratic Representative Charles Rangel guilty of 11 out of the 13 alleged ethics violations. “I am not being treated fairly,” the Morningside Heights and Harlem representative told the ethics committee yesterday before he walked out of his hearing. The committee ruled Rangel had violated House rules for […]
Good news–it’s Monday and the city’s subway system is returning to normal operations after the MTA decided it was a good idea to repair 18 of its 20 lines at once this past weekend. (NYT) More shocking news as a new study released by the American Mustache Institute reveals that men with mustaches earn more […]