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A Night In The Life: The Barnard Main Gate Security Guard

You’ve seen them. You’ve walked past them. You’ve talked to them, albeit briefly. The Public Safety officers who work the Barnard main gate have a hard life, sitting out in the cold for hours on end and bothering drunk students to show their IDs before they can get back to the quad. Betsy Ladyzhets imagines […]

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A Night In The Life: Columbia/Barnard Bartender

Rumor has it that Columbia’s core and Barnard’s foundational requirements have one ultimate purpose: to provide adequate cocktail conversational skills. This narrative is evidenced by the fact that both Columbia and Barnard have their own respective bartending agencies. If you know a Columbia/Barnard bartender, chances are they have some pretty cool stories about their previous gigs. […]

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A Night In The Life: A Desperate CCSC Candidate

It’s that time of the year again…election season. Supplement the endless Facebook posts and professionally-shot posters with this edition of Night In the Life, the tale of a profoundly competent and selfless CCSC candidate.  9:34 pm Messaging my hookup from last week to endorse me on Facebook—gotta work those connections. 9:42 pm Blocking them after […]

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A Night In The Life: Displaced Barnard Mouse

There have been rumors that the sudden influx of mice into the Barnard dorms is due to the recent library construction. It is hard to imagine the life of one of these mice, let alone empathize with the creature. In order to bridge the evolutionary gap, Bwog presents this fictional narrative of the life of […]

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A Night In The Life: Ann Thornton

It’s been eight days since the Marching Band announced that they had been banned from playing Orgo Night in Butler 209 this semester – an edict that originated in the devious mind of Vice Provost and Head Librarian Ann Thornton. Senior Staffer (and Band member) Betsy Ladyzhets tried to get into that very mind by imagining […]

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Night In The Life: Ben & Viv

This edition of Night in the Life comes in the form of imagined conversations between Benjamin Makansi and Vivek Ramakrishnan–a.k.a. Ben and Viv, your notoriously fearless leaders of CCSC. 10:59 pm Ben: Oh crap! We forgot to send an email about CCSC! Viv: Are you sure we did anything this week? B: I don’t know! […]

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A Night In The Life: Your TA

In this edition of A Night In The Life, a staff writer captures what it is like to be treading the thin line between tortured chemistry TA and borderline alcoholic. 10:43 pm I’ve finally finished checking all those ridiculous limiting reacting equations… Who knew that undergrads actually had to know things? Back in my day, we […]

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