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.
The first Columbia football game of the season is this Saturday. Should you go? Should you care? What is college football even like at Columbia? Sports Editor Ross Chapman is here to enlighten you. For the last 50 years, Lions football has tried to turn a corner and become a consistently great, or at least […]
The strange black piece of modern art in front of Uris is in the process of being taken apart to be refurbished off-campus. The Curl, which you may know as ‘that sculpture everyone says looks like the dollar sign from above,’ will be taken off campus for an unspecified amount of time in an effort to address rust […]
Life throws a lot of curveballs. To that end, we set into Butler last night to see: what are you prepared for? There were a lot more class references than zombie apocalypse references, sadly. 2nd floor: Nothing. New beginnings… Next weekend. That’s tough. I don’t know–probably just the zombie apocalypse. Right now I’m going to buy […]
CCSC is back, and so is Bwog’s coverage of it. We sent someone to report on this magical mystery: Maren Killackey. Here’s her account: After a slight mixup with the Georgian Students Association (yeah, it exists) regarding whose turn it was to use the Satow room (cue typical-Columbia-with-its-space-issues eyeroll/politically incorrect and unfunny joke about South […]