Ira Katznelson, Interim Provost, speaks about the University’s side of the bargaining table and explains current negotiations, future hopes, and limitations regarding graduate workers’ demands.
We’re here to peer into your hopefully soon-to-be-vaccinated (or already vaccinated!) soul. (Disclaimer: this is for FUN, not medical advice.)
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This past Thursday, the Columbia School of Nursing’s Center for Research on People of Color (CRPC) hosted Dr. Amadou Gaye, the second speaker of their Anti-Racism Speaker Series, to discuss his research on the relationship between
Much as you try to deny it, the school year is almost upon us. To get ourselves jazzed about going back to school, Bwog remembered the songs that got us really pumped about “g01ng t0 c0llEg3 1n nEw Y0Rk C1tyYyyy.” You know what we’re talking about: that song you played on repeat for the entire […]
Midterms got you down? Drinking with Bwog has a potent potable that will make it all better. Read on as the Columbia Bartending Agency‘s illustrious Nick Miyares teaches you how to make a Manhattan. As a bartender, while you should strive to know as many drinks as possible, you really only need to know the […]
Woodland creatures will find you in the night, and they will defile you. Mark Hay, superhuman, tells the terrifying tale: Something about the sound of nail upon metal, the grating and skittering and scraping of it, irks me dearly—so much that it can pull me from the deepest slumber. So when I awoke yesterday to […]
New York City workers (hey, that’s some of us after graduation!) earn more here than they would in other cities … at least while they’re still young. (NYT) New York Senator Chuck Schumer doesn’t like Facebook’s privacy policies. (NBCNY) New York City may see its first Walmart in Brooklyn. (NYDaily) New York City Mayor Michael […]