Information about CU’s reopening has been slow in coming to the student body. Various Bwog staffers have attended webinars on reopening and sought out other resources to compile an up-to-date, updating list of what we
In light of the pandemic and a recent uptick in robberies in the area, Barnard sent an email to students outlining new safety procedures and emphasizing the necessity of commonplace safety practices. Highlights include several
Bureau Chief and resident organizational expert Olivia Mitchell shares our Bwog-approved packing list for the upcoming unprecedented school year, pandemic style. The Move-In Motto: When In Doubt, Keep It Out What’s Already Provided Extra-long twin
Yesterday afternoon, Barnard released their plans for move-in and initial quarantine procedures for upper-class students. All first-years and sophomores are invited back to live in the dorms, as well as juniors and seniors who have
Barnard academic and extracurricular departments shared their plans for the 2020-2021 academic year through a week dedicated to orienting students with the upcoming unique semester. Throughout the week of July 20 to July 24, Barnard
Barnard President Sian Beilock released a statement outlining Barnard’s ongoing mission addressing inequality and racism at the school.
Unsure of where to start when looking for classes? Debating on whether or not you actually want to follow through on your original plan for a major? Bwog’s here to help! Ah, yes…the Black Friday
At 5 pm on July 27, Executive Vice President of Arts & Science and Dean of the Faculty Amy Hungerford sent an email to graduate students and faculty instructors encouraging them to teach more classes
Staff Writer Julia Tolda bases this assessment on the two most important questions asked in every ice-breaker (in no particular order): “What’s your zodiac sign?” and “Who did you write about in your application?.”
If you were to read the January 27, 2013 brunch menu for John Jay Dining Hall, you would find that the dishes served were not all that different from the cuisine provided by John Jay today. January 27’s menu offered the familiar John Jay plain pancakes, the made-to-order omelette line, the obligatory dishes of beans and a fancy […]
I created a secret food Instagram a while back to keep track of the best places to eat in NYC, and also to just feast my eyes on different angles of mac n’ cheese when bored in recitations. After several months of following, realized that a Barnard student was running one of my favorite accounts, […]
On Friday night, First-Years S$, L$, and Y$, chaperoned by a Senior Staffer (henceforth referred to as Editor), headed to 1020 for an open-to-close adventure: 4:00 pm to 4:00 am. In their bags were half-done homework assignments, the Iliad, Sappho’s “If Not, Winter”, a condom, and a single iPhone charger. The events that ensued are […]
If you’re reading this, it’s too late… to attend the first session of Barnard Personal Librarians’ “Grab and Go” sessions in the Diana center. Thankfully, the amazing Barnlib queens will be available today (the 17th), tomorrow (the 18th), and Friday (the 20th) in the Diana Center Cafe (second floor) to answer any questions you may […]
Columbia University UNICEF is hosting a movie screening tonight from 8 to 10 pm in 302 Hamilton. The feature film, Not My Life by Robert Bilheimer, is about modern day human trafficking spanning across five continents. Additionally, free pizza will be served! Learn more about the documentary by joining the Facebook event and attending the showing.
If you act quickly enough (read: start moving now), you can make tonight’s free food event, a.k.a. Community Impact’s Open House. Get your monthly exercise in by running to Earl Hall for free pizza, coffee, and cupcakes (remember, it’s our birthday). The event lasts until 8:30 and, you know, you might even help out the […]
If you love pizza/hate walking up the Hamilton stairs, it’s probably a sign that you’re destined to join Peer Health Exchange. Find out tonight at 9 pm (and again on Wednesday at 9 pm)—they’re holding an info session in Hamilton 301, and free pizza is on the agenda. Because what else would there be a picture […]
Now, we know this is something we don’t normally do, but this situation is too dangerous to ignore. Theft continues to abound on campus as a slice of pizza was stolen from the garbage outside Low. Public safety has sent us a picture of the burglar and warns students to stay on the lookout.
So tomorrow, our women’s basketball team is facing off against Harvard. In case you were planning on trying to squeeze onto those crowded bleachers for some Division I action, you can eat pizza beforehand for no money. After all, nothing goes with not playing sports like vegging out. Here’s the deal: Deans Shollenberger and Martinez […]
From 8 till 10 pm tonight, CCSC will be hosting a town hall gripe-fest in Lerner’s Satow Room. The Facebook hype page for What’s Wrong, Columbia? asks you to hold your student government accountable for your happiness as a human (or something like that), and we advise that you take advantage of this opportunity to […]
Yesterday, Serious Eats’ subsection Slice, which examines pizza, checked out the admittedly barren Morningside pizza scene. Lopez-Alt compares V&T’s and Sezz Medi’, settling on V&T’s. Why? V&T is not “good” pizza, period. The crust is floppy, it’s way out of balance, the ingredients are pretty low quality, I mean, the sauce has some brightness and flavor, but […]
Tonight at 6:30 pm, Dr. Beryl Koblin of the New York Blood Center and Mailman School of Public Health will be presiding over a dinner and discussion titled “An HIV Vaccine: How Close Are We?” in the Schiff Room of Earl Hall. The event is presented by the Columbia Student Global AIDS Campaign, and pizza […]
There’s not much that’s better than Jeopardy. Well, unless you combine it with free pizza. And you can do just that tonight in Lerner 555, where Scientists and Engineers for a Better Society are hosting Nerdy Trivia Night from 5:30-7:00 pm. There will be free pizza and beverages, and the format of the night will […]
Between the snowstorm that prematurely ravished barely coated our campus in white, and the fact that it took more than 24 hours for South Lawn to see its first snow penis of the season, things have been pretty unconventional this semester. However, one thing—one Columbia species—has remained consistent amidst all of the chaos: the Butler-ites. Those […]