Columbia University Life discussed the 2020 Columbia Student Well-Being Survey. Although the survey found most students are thriving, challenges to community, mental health, and sexual respect continue, especially for transgender and non-binary students.
Administrators and public health experts projected confidence and optimism for Columbia’s return to campus this fall in the most recent University Life Forum.
Editor-in-Chief Lauren Kahme met with Associate Vice President for Student Life Ixchel Rosal to discuss Columbia’s new grant program, the Racial Justice Mini-Grant.
It’s been an emotional twenty-four hours for many students on campus. Many classes this morning were cancelled, and professors and student organizations alike are offering support to anyone who needs it. With that in mind, Bwog has compiled a list of campus resources and events on campus in the wake of the results of this presidential […]
Yesterday evening, new writer Constance Blumenthal headed over to Butler lawn, hoping to take advantage of some free, stress-relieving yoga. What she found was not as stress-relieving as she’d hoped. After a long day of classes, running across town, and getting yelled at by security guards at the Met, I was looking forward to University […]
See the Varsity Show and dying to know more about Suzanne Goldberg? Check out The Blue and White’s investigation into the Office of University Life, written by Literary Editor Virginia Fu, CC ’17. On April 13, Suzanne Goldberg, three months into her new role at the head of the Office of University Life, gave the keynote address […]