Barnard College has announced that it will replace the myBarnard Portal with a new, mobile-accessible server: Barnard Portal. Barnard Portal will launch on Monday, July 26.
Kale and lettuce plants have disappeared from the Barnard Community Garden, according to an Instagram story from the Barnard Garden Club.
Administrators and public health experts projected confidence and optimism for Columbia’s return to campus this fall in the most recent University Life Forum.
We are almost halfway through the summer and some of you might be saying AHHHH. We here at Bwog have been keeping ourselves busy (or not). Here’s to hoping the semester does not start up
Several teams, including Columbia Football, have posted their game schedules for the 2021 season, confirming that the Lions are ready to jump back into intercollegiate competition after being on hold due to the pandemic.
Name, Hometown, School, Major: Usha Sahay, Short Hills, NJ, CC, history & political science, which is just a longer way of saying I majored in JSTOR. Claim to Fame: Conspiracy theorist, Simon and Garfunkel fanatic, overwhelmingly proud Youth for Debate mama, that girl rudely doing the crossword puzzle in lecture. I wrote the rules for this drinking […]
Name, Hometown, School, Major: Erica Weaver ⋅ Virginia Beach, VA ⋅ CC ⋅ English and Medieval Studies Claim to Fame? With the help of Writers House(s) past, I have wined and dined—but mostly abused—famous authors by giving Paul Auster food poisoning and cramming seven-foot tall Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Mark Strand into a Wien single. I […]
Name, Hometown, School: Sarah Dion; Cleveland Heights, OH; CC Claim to Fame? COÖP Coord, CAVA member, that girl who is always late to class (this has become a bad, rude habit). Where are you going? The whole post-graduation thing is a work in progress. I’m staying in New York for the summer to work and save up money for whatever […]
Name, Hometown, School Ganiatu Denise Afolabi, Pawtucket (Yes, the Pawtucket of Family Guy’s Pawtucket Brewery) RI, CC (African American Studies and Political Science) Claim to Fame? Hmmm… To my friends: Finishing my credit requirements last semester when no one actually has ever witnessed me sit down and do work. To others: Either being the President […]
Name, Hometown, School, Major: Daniel Valella. Affectionately known as D-Va (a female version of a hustla, of a hustla, of a, of a hustla). Dallas, Texas. Columbia College. English and Comparative Ethnic Studies. Claim to Fame: Lots of people know me as the CA of Broadway and Hogan (“Brogan,” as we call it in the ‘hood). Others […]
Name, Hometown, School, Major: Todd Nelson, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Double Major in Environmental Science and American History Claim to Fame? Worked with some great friends building the Columbia environmental community (<3<3<3), CUE leader Where are you going? I’m part of the inaugural Venture for America class (holla at CU fellows Derek Turner and Jim Kahmann!!) […]
Name, Hometown, School, Major: Brandon Christophe, Lubbock, TX, CC, Economics/Pre-Med Claim to Fame? I am uncommonly good at getting people to trust me with money including a small club called Face AIDS, the amazing brothers of SigEp, and at one time, a voting majority of Columbia College students. Where are you going? Most likely I’ll be conducting research […]
Name, Hometown, School: Pat Blute, Cape Cod, MA, Columbia College Dual-concentration in Sustainable Development and Anthropology Claim to Fame? Won a free trip around the world, played Dean Quigley in V115, created BwogWeather with the talented Zak Dychtwald and the inspirational Eliza Shapiro, put on SPEARS: The Gospel According to Britney thanks to an amazing […]
Name, Hometown, School, Major: Amanda Cormier. San Diego, California. CC. English! Claim to Fame? I convinced everyone on The Eye, Spec’s magazine, to pose naked one time. They still let me run the damn thing, which indicates just how crazy everyone at Spec really is. Where are you going? I’m staying right here! For a little […]
Name, Hometown, School, Major: Duygu Yilmaz, The Hague, the Netherlands, Political Science Claim to Fame? Secretary-General of CMUNNY, the-one-who-never-reached-5-feet, “she seems so cute and innocent, but she’s so feisty” Where are you going? I’m going back to the country of wooden shoes, weed and politicians with ridiculous hair: the Netherlands. I will be working for the Labor Party […]
Name, Hometown, School, Major: Ittai Orr, Kennewick WA, CC, English Claim to Fame? Writing embarrassing op-eds about sexual habits in the Spec (they’re a rough crowd over there — you should see the comment thread), making a documentary about gay kids in rural Washington State and directing Caligula this semester. Where are you going? To become a real-life […]
Name, Hometown, School, Major: Mrinal Mohanka, Calcutta, India, Columbia College, Economics and a concentration in Sustainable Development Claim to Fame: I’m guessing I got this nomination because of my involvement with a few different Columbia organisations/activities… So that counts? If not, I’m sure I’ll be famous by association in a few years because of the […]
Name, Hometown, School, Major: Chuck Roberts, America, CC, Political Science Claim to Fame? Mayor of EC, cold-hearted King typecast, Model (UNer), bow tie enthusiast, Taylor Swift devotee, compassionate conservative, and fierce, fierce friend. Where are you going? Boston-bound to work for the Romney campaign, but first I am going everywhere on campus the guide to living allows, […]
Name, Hometown, School, Major: Liz Watson. I’m originally from North Carolina, but moved around to DC, Frankfurt, and Paris (where my parents still live) while growing up. Barnard College, English with a Theater Concentration. Claim to Fame? Lots of theater things–my favorite two are my extensive KCST involvement and Operation: Ease on Down the Road, […]
Name, Hometown, School, Major: Shira Borzak, Boca Raton, FL, Barnard College, History Claim to Fame? At one point, I probably tried to pick a fight with your student group as the Spectator Associate Editor in charge of letters to the editor, or as a member of the Spec Editorial Board, wrote a scathing op-ed totally unrelated to […]