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.
Bwog attended last night’s premiere of “Morningside Nights,” the 120th Varsity Show. Bwog discussed, and former EIC Alexandra Svokos primarily wrote this review. Photography by Features Editor Alexander Pines. Last year, we wondered at the purpose of the Varsity Show itself: “[S]houldn’t we expect some social commentary meat on those musical theatre bones?” With V120, happily, the creators took […]
Are your Bacchanal memories as absent as Columbia’s school spirit? Well, our beloved student council is here to help you remember, regardless of whether or not you want to. A second #OurBlue video (this time from a human’s perspective and not a snake’s) went up tonight, chronicling Bacchanal and Holi 2014. Would you just look […]
Lions super-fan Max Rettig brings you an update on the Lions our Blue. The Lions lost last night in a close thriller that came down to the last seconds, ending their season with a 69-72 loss to Yale. With the clock winding down in the second half, the Lions pulled within 1 or 2 points, […]
An aspiring dramatist presents #OurBlue Detective, a short closet drama featuring Rust and Marty and their quest to find out who killed Columbia’s school spirit. Read the captivating caper below. Recently, it seems Columbia’s ambitious plan to renew school spirit has faded. A planned Dino BBQ event before a Columbia-Princeton basketball game was canceled, and […]
CCSC and the other three undergrad councils will be releasing a collaborative video tonight at 8pm about how school spirited we all are here at Columbia. They couldn’t have nailed our spirit any harder. As you all know, our shuttles are packed every weekend to go see our outstanding f-word team. Almost every night there […]