At the Zuckerman Institute on Thursday, researchers and Columbia professors Dr. Rudy Behnia and Dr. Shuran Song spoke about their respective fields of animal vision and computer perception, and how we can apply those ideas to neuroscience as a whole.
Last week, Jacob Andreas became the first Columbia student since 1963—and the second in our school’s history—to be offered the prestigious Churchill Scholarship. The prize allows graduating seniors the opportunity to pursue studies in the fields of science, math, and engineering at the University of Cambridge for one year, where Andreas is looking to obtain […]
CCSC convened. Bwog’s Brian Wagner survived to bring you this harrowing account: DON’T FORGET TO VOTE! Quick hits: All the candidates for next year attended; College Days is coming up; prepare your coin purses, because Penny Wars is on the horizon; a committee on the Student Council elections process is being formed to review electoral policy, rules, […]
Columbia ROTC members end ban on campus military activities and perform a flag-raising ceremony in honor of Veterans Day. (Spec) SoHo hipsters artists blamed for NYC real estate slowdown. (NYT) Japanese robot actress Geminoid-F takes to the stage. We couldn’t make this up if we tried, folks. (Gawker) Middle school boys have feelings, too. (The […]