President Bollinger and Beilock reported the first deaths from COVID-19 within the Columbia community, including that of a student, in an email update sent to students this afternoon.
Missing Columbia? Not getting enough fruit? Looking for new ways to waste time? Enjoy not one, not two, but FIVE new Columbia University-themed smoothies! With love, Bwog.
Hello lads! We’re back again for housing coverage on this lovely Tuesday. Today’s top stories: EC is on it’s way out, Barnard started their housing today with 4-person–can we get an F in the chats
Hawkmadinejad (or, more precisely, the Hawks-madinejad) has (or have) been keeping to himself (or…oh screw it) more this spring, but that hasn’t stopped Hawkmadinebwog editor Courtney Douds from documenting some of the other fine flora and fauna of the neighborhood. The Animorphs would feel right at home in Riverside The paradoxically-named catbird! That tree in […]
New bird on the block? Hawkma likes your hair. If you believe in the possibility of a Mr./Mrs. Hawkma, know that you are not the first to be fascinated by stories of hawk love. And speaking of Red-tail love, we have more pics of Baby Hawkma! The hawks in Florida are almost as beautiful as […]
– Photo courtesy of Rob Stenson Even without any recent appearances from our dear avian friend, the Hawkmadinebwog soldiers on. Check out the latest posts. Pretty red cardinals snuggle in the nooks of St. Paul’s chapel to stay warm. NYC bird guru Yojimbot and Hawk blog editor Courtney Doud see tons of cool birds in […]
“Demon Squirrel Feasts Upon Peanuts” is one of many new campus wildlife photos on the Hawkmadinebwog this month. In which we check in on the happenings of the Hawkmadinebwog and its editor, Courtney Dowds, as they start up the new semester. Welcome back to the neighbirdhood, everyone. Revisting a grade-school favorite in My Side of the Mountain. […]