Bwoggers Eliza Staples and Charlotte Slovin attended a lecture .by Stephanie Schwartz about the challenges facing Burundian refugees returning home
Elevators are terrifying metal coffins that self destruct upon the act of jumping up and down. One particular elevator on our campus will deliver you through all nine circles of hell whether you jump, sit, or stand.
Though the semester is finally starting to kick in with the workload and assignments due, Bwog Staffers still made sure to take some time out of their busy lives and enjoy their weekends. Luckily, we compiled the best of their stories from the past few days and have a nice list for your enjoyment. Bwog […]
We all know that Morningside Heights contains a lot of good eats, but they haven’t always been taken seriously. Bwog’s Senior Foodie Diana Clarke reports that this is changing. Our beloved neck of the woods is finally getting the culinary recognition it truly deserves from city’s blogosphere. Click the Morningside Heights tag on the excellent […]
We did it with Joe and now we’re doing it with the new Indian food truck. We invite you to enjoy the annals of Bwog’s weeklong experience of Desi… Noob: “I ordered a chicken kati roll and had them put the spicy sauce on it, and I thought it was pretty damn good. The chicken […]
If you’re looking to satisfy your craving for South Asian delicacies, look no further than Club Zamana’s Tamasha Hype Study Break. Enjoy free Roti Roll and samosas, but if you want to beat the heat, ice cream shall be served as well. All in Lerner Satow Room, 8-10 PM. As the Facebook event page so […]
Club Dimensions, in consort with Club Bangla and the Kraft Family Fund will be showing an animated film at 8:00 PM tonight in the Lerner Cinema. It tells the Indian epic of Ramayana using joke-cracking shadow puppets (snarky shadow puppets?). Plus there will be FREE ROTI ROLL served BEFORE the event. Assume that means there […]
Living in the city that never sleeps is no good without late night establishments. In this series, we’ll be trolling the wide variety of hangouts (both alcoholic and not) where Columbia students make their worst decisions, looking to capture what makes Columbia nightlife so different. In the first installment, Blue and White Senior Editor Eliza […]