Professor DeFries and Coleman talk about their two books and the intersection in problem-solving between nature and polarization.
Staff Writer and lapsed musician Jeff Davis attended a live virtual performance at the Lantern in the Lenfest Center for the Arts last Tuesday of Brandee Younger and Dezron Douglas, a harp and bass jazz
Columbia University’s longtime legal advocate for LGBTQ rights and racial equity steps down from her role as Executive Vice President for University Life to join the Biden-Harris Presidential team.
Olivia Rodrigo’s Drivers License has topped charts since it was released on January 8, and there is nothing like blasting the song while driving through the suburbs and scream-singing to your heart’s content. Here are
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Happy Monday, y’all! This week, it seems as if midterms are beginning to creep upon us. You know what that means: shit. Yeah, you thought that was going to be something witty. Nope. Just shit. Anyway, here are your Bwoglines for today! Happening in the nation: It rained in California this weekend. Actually, let me rephrase […]
Update, 6:11 pm: McShane sent out an email advising students “to continue to use caution and monitor information sources.” And good building-integrity news: “Facilities has checked all buildings on the Morningside campus and has determined that there are no significant problems.” Most importantly, CC and SEAS ’15 move-in is on for tomorrow! Full email after […]
Oof! It’s terrible outside today. If you’re late for your 10 a.m., take heed: do not bring an umbrella outside. The wind will eat it and it’ll turn inside out. Wear rainboots. Don’t catch a cold. And eat something, you look skinny. Are they even feeding you up there? Bwog’s Weatherman Pat Blute chimes in […]
This week, it rains. It also might be sunny, but Accuweather has been changing its mind a lot. We can say this, at the very least: don’t expect snow. Bwog thanks Kim Lessing from the bottom of our hearts for her beautiful camera. Zak Dychtwald is a supreme editor and cameraman. Pat Blute is very […]
Every single member of the Columbia Class of 2010- that’s CC, SEAS, GS, BC, JSchool, BSchool, Law School is officially graduating right now. They are joined by approximately ten million family members and friends braving the truly nasty weather. At last, a justification for the tents. Photos to come, but in the meantime, in case […]
The show must go on! The gloomy weather may have forced the event from its original location at Lehman Lawn, but today’s WBAR-B-Q was not to be canceled. Here are some photos from the über-mellow, free food-filled hipstery musical experience in Barnard’s LeFrak Gymnasium. Photos by Abigail Feinberg
Bwog received this e-mail from a tipster concerned about the level of the threat the ongoing deluge: Dear Residents of 604 & 606 West 114th Street, Due to the heavy rains we are currently experiencing some water penetration into the lounge area in the basement. The laundry machines remain available for use. Please note that […]
At around 2 AM, McBain was evacuated due to a fire that appears to have started in the room directly above Milano (or in Deluxe? Bwog is getting conflicting reports) on the second floor. started when the rain shorted out the Deluxe sign, setting fire to the canopy above it (updated 2:40 a.m.). A McBain […]
With the National Weather Service warning us of flash floods and wind gusts of up to 70 mph, today was shaping up to be a terrible day for not only students, but umbrellas as well. Oh parasols protecting us from pernicious precipitation… we hardly had the chance to know each other. In fact, Bwog’s armchair […]