In an email sent to Columbia students and faculty, President Lee Bollinger announced the appointment of Ira Katznelson, CC ’66, to the interim position of university provost.
Barnard College will be seeking a new Executive Director of Public Safety as one of three steps taken to reform the agency after the assault of a black Columbia student in the Milstein Center last
Ahh, Columbia! The Ivy League School where the brightest students from around the world study under renowned professors, hanging out in groups with perfect diversity and doing mock trial in their free time. Or so
Today, we compiled some advice specifically for students interested in science at Columbia. If you’re curious about what your first science lecture will be like, how to get into on-campus research, or how to take
Fun isn’t something one considers when balancing campus journalism. But this… does put a smile on my face.
An effusion of fancy . . .
Here beginneth the Book of the Tales of Bwog…
Inspired by a day of leaves of, um, grass.
After digging through the archives of Butler for days on end, Bwog has finally uncovered Percy Bysshe Shelley’s lost masterpiece.
Though I speak with the tongues of Bwog and of students, but have not pitches, I am become as sounding Spec, or a tinkling Jester.
Surgery? On our grapes? Come to Lerner 510 at 9pm to find out…oh, and bring pitches. They did surgery on a grape via Bwog Archives
Bwog paid a poetry major to write our next open meeting announcement. However, grapes are expensive, so we only could give them $5. They wrote us on the back of a dirty napkin from 1020. ‘There once was a student-run blog Dealing with a post backlog. We meet in Lerner 510 On Sundays at 9 pm […]
In honor of Bwog’s first open meeting tonight, at 9:00 pm in Lerner 510, here are two recent translations of ancient Greek poetry. Come tonight for a good time! Sing, Bwogdess, the Open Meeting of Bwog and its location, which gave grapes thousandfold upon the Columbians, hurled in their multitudes to Lerner 510 strong souls of […]
Move over, Emily Wilson and/or Richard Lattimore: Bwog is finally ready to uncover our own translation of the Odyssey. It’s a revolutionary version of the ancient poem that is sure to get the literary world talking; not only in its exacting attention to detail, but also the subtle ways in which we update the text […]
Bwog was recently contacted by the estate of Allen Ginsberg (CC ’48), owing to the discovery of an early draft of his famous poem, “Howl.” We were told it might be of some interest to us, and oh, it definitely was. Read an excerpt of this historic find below. I saw the best minds of my generation rushing Bwog, […]