New bwogger Alexandra Tsorvas attended a medical school training event that discussed the unequal power dynamics inherent in doctor-patient relationships and how to mitigate them.
New Staff Writer Anna Eggers attended a book talk by Nicole Fleetwood about her new book Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration sponsored by the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
Ferris Booth is not usually a place of productivity. A crowded feeding trough for busy students, it becomes even more of a pressure-cooker area during midterms. Everyone’s in a rush to get into the pasta line, then everyone’s hurrying to grab the silverware before it runs out, and then comes the mad dash for a […]
All weekend, Bwog has been listening to freshmen first-years new students struggle with life, love, and geography. Here’s what we overheard: “Can you like, test out of PE?” “…well, first I went to 1020 and it was disgusting, but then I went to Cannons and it was SO FUN!” “I didn’t think I would get […]
A Lit Hum class was had, SEAS was tested, placement exams happened, and eye contact continued to be made. Oren’s was still giving free coffee, and Bwog once again scored a free dinner. Isn’t NSOP the best? Overheards: OL, to student literally running out of Roone Arledge: Where are you going? Student: I have a […]
A roundup of lawl-worthy moments from Bacchanal: Memorable (or maybe not so memorable since most of you won’t remember yesterday) quotes: “Did you hear that mosh pitting perfectly mimics random particles in a box?” “I really have to pee and take 4 shots!” “That five year old doesn’t have a CUID!” Drunk GS students outside […]
Our contest is still active. Prizes may be won by submitting (to firstname.lastname@example.org) before this coming Sunday. These sound more like seniors, Alex S. “it’s raining? I should just skip class.” These were found littered about dorms on campus by Anonymous Our new Barnard corespondent, Jonathan R. At an impromptu Carman gathering on the first […]
Love poems can pack a punch. As one girl exclaimed yesterday after receiving one from her boyfriend of two weeks, “I don’t know whether to be creeped out or marry him!” Whether Valentine’s Day had you creeped out, enamored or downright depressed, Quarto wants to hear about it. Tomorrow night, the literary magazine will host an Open […]