The Columbia Daily Spectator hasn’t published any content since September 25, as the result of a halt on publishing initiated by the site’s Managing Board over Spec’s lack of a suitable gender-based misconduct policy, according
Aaaand we’re back! GSSC Bureau Chief Olivia Mitchell gives you the highs and lows, the ups and downs, and the trials and tribulations of the first almost full General Studies Student Council meeting of the
This Bwogger attended an event centered around the effects of our warming climate, specifically as they relate to the wildfires ravaging the west coast.
Have celebrities lost their minds? Professional tabloid reader and Twitter user Miyoki Walker has taken it upon herself to answer the question by ranking famous alumni behavior during the quarantine.
In an email to CC and SEAS students sent this morning, the Columbia Election Commission announced student government representatives for the coming years and the passage of the divestment referendum. 61.04% of participating students voted
It’s a big year for Columbia; holding all the town halls and working on changes for many different ways in which the school operates. Joe Milholland, our trusted Columbia Administration reporter, gives us the talking points from Thursday’s USenate Plenary. “I know there’s a debate about freedom of speech on the campus,” said PrezBo at […]
Even as midterms loom, CCSC champ Joe Milholland dutifully reports on last night’s CCSC meeting. “I know I’ve got work, but College Days is happening; I can’t miss it,” said CCSC VP of Campus Life Andrew Ren of how he hoped students would react to events at College Days, which he gave a presentation about […]
The school year’s first University Senate meeting opened with a speech by Prezbo where he gave his perspective on the present and future of Columbia. He said that Columbia is in one of its “greatest eras.” He gave compliments to the new and some of the returning deans, praised the architectural changes around Columbia, and […]
The University Senate had its final plenary today at 1:15. Senate Savvy Maud Rozee was there to get the news. And the snacks. PrezBo was running late because he had to attend a World Leader’s Forum event, so Executive committee chair Sharyn O’Halloran gave some opening remarks summarizing the events of the recent Town Hall […]
Last night’s ESC meeting included discussions of proper Bacchanal behavior, PACSA, and the seemingly ubiquitous honor code. Also in the spirit of #throwbacchanal, the council discussed a possible throwback to its School of Mines days. What could this throwback be? Bwog sent inquirer Joe Milholland to answer this question and more. Much like Sunday night’s CCSC […]
Yesterday’s University Senate plenary was packed with action and acronyms. We sent Low Lover Maud Rozee to observe. PrezBo missed the first half of the plenary because he was at an event congratulating donors on the success of the capital campaign. His absence stymied the “Questions for the President” part of the agenda, which is […]
Plenary Pal Maud Rozee attended the University Senate’s most recent plenary. It reminded her of The Simpson’s parody of the Star Wars prequels, because both involved boring senate meetings. If you came to this article looking for thrills, well, you should probably go outside and get a taco or something. Just a friendly warning. Unfortunately, […]
Update (1/30, 1:15 pm): Several deans, including Dean Valentini, Dean Boyce, Dean Awn, and Dean Martinez, emailed a statement to Barnard and Columbia undergraduates this afternoon. It’ll be under the jump. Update (9:50 am): Debora Spar, President of Barnard College, emailed a statement to Barnard College. Find it after the jump as well. At 9 am […]