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.
The 15th Annual Jeanne Clery Lecture Series on April 6 brought sex educators Bianca Laureano and Francisco Ramirez together for a conversation about sex, dating, and intimacy during the pandemic.
It’s hard to deny that New York is an expensive place – it seems as though, in order to do anything fun in the city, one must have unlimited time and money. Bwog strongly disagrees, and Staff Writer Jack Treanor is here to help with a fun, easy-to-follow itinerary that will save you money. 10:30 […]
We have all noticed Ferris’s inconsistent music patterns—from soul-soothing piano acoustics to baby-making R&B, you have spent countless hours in the pasta line thinking, “how the hell did they come up with the playlist today?” Wonder no more. Sandy, the Ferris kitchen manager, has recently revealed the mysterious DJ’s identity to me in a short […]
Congress has apparently decided that it won’t be passing serious legislation on privacy for the time being. Instead, states will be responsible for making sure our search histories deepest darkest secrets aren’t available on the web. (NYT) THE RED SOX WON THE WORLD SERIES. AGAIN. (NYT but also do you live under a rock?) At least one […]
Early this morning, Columbia College Student Council began publicity on a week-long music festival in the days leading up to Bacchanal this year (April 9-14). The schedule of acts is below. According to CCSC members behind the event, they have booked a “major male recording artist known for creating buzz on college campuses” for the […]
Bwog’s kind-of-new Wednesday feature, Where Art Thou?, is here to keep you posted on what’s going on in the A&E department in Morningside Heights and beyond (basically all the cool events your friends are in/on/at). If you would like your mysterious-due-to-copyright-laws Action Film Screening posted on Bwog, now you can! E-mail us at email@example.com. Today! The […]
Welcome back to Ask Bwog, a feature in which we answer the many burning questions of this campus. If you have ever had the pleasure of taking the Official Columbia Campus Tour, you probably heard this story from your tour guide: when Ghostbusters was filmed at Columbia in 1984, the university set up a fund […]
Statistics show that people who watch The Office do better in life. Bloomberg’s ouija board decides the fate of the public schools. What do you mean there’s no way to find out? I want to know exactly how sexy the country’s first belly dancer was. Now. Plus, the mystical powers of upper Amsterdam revealed!
Image via Examiner.com The CU Bartending Agency doesn’t seem to be running as smoothly as its sister operation across the street. Gender (and web-design skill) differences aside, the concept is the same, but now a message on CU Bartending’s homepage alerts “Valued Columbia Bartending Agency Clients” that the agency continues to be “unable to […]
Here is their mothership and its adjoining, exploratory cruiser, which is a trusty gray van named “Microwave Satellite Technologies Inc.” Both satellite and van were abandoned, so the reasons for their visit are unknown. Maybe Bollinger just wanted to get a really good picture for Pacquiao vs. De La Hoya.
Bwog Culinary and Sciences Editor Jon Hill noticed that the following event was removed from the World Leaders Forum website: “Sixth Annual Heads of State Visits Date: September 22, 2008 to September 26, 2008 Location: Morningside Campus Description: Columbia University hosts heads of state in September during the opening session of the United Nations General […]
In response to the week’s SSN shitstorm, it was quickly discovered that there had been two emails sent to the afflicted persons: It seemed that some of the luckier unlucky were offered two years of complimentary credit card monitoring service and the unluckiest unlucky were not. One Bwog operative fell into the latter category, so […]
It’s that time of year again when many of ’09’s student leaders, activist types, overachievers, and masthead ascenders will be tapped and asked to join a senior society. A tipster sends evidence in the form of a photo of the sidewalk in back of Earl Hall: Three S’s, the (dark?) mark of one of Columbia’s […]
Last night, concerned citizen/tipster Karen Kwan alerted Bwog that Barnard students had once again received an email advertising free pizza. Only this time, it was to inform them that their free pizza party had moved locations. Instead of the Domino’s on 125th, the free, medium, one-topping pies had migrated south to Famiglia Pizzeria. “LOCATION CHANGE” […]