Connect with us

Submit a Tip
Posts Tagged with "sleep deprivation"

We sat down with a student who got really tired after exclusively eating Ferris food for a week. The story is the latest in a trend of food-related debilities.

Read More

Find yourself hitting the snooze button every morning? Try to stop doing that—it’s ruining your alertness. (Pacific Standard) Here in New York City, you’d be hard-pressed to find a place more than a few minutes’ walk away from the nearest Starbucks. So how did the company grow from one store in Seattle to dominating coffee? […]

Read More

We’re all trying to get back in the swing of things for the new semester, especially waking up at the buttcrack of dawn for that 8:40 lecture. While the go-to energy source is the ever-reliable black gold, coffee, some purists would prefer to avoid caffeine induced seizures. If you’re one of those types, Bwog is here […]

Read More

At least for this student: The American Institute of Psychical Research denied any involvement.

Read More

Mark Hay woke up from his food coma to bring you this week’s movie picks. On Thursday the bulk of the nation was out cold in a tryptophan-induced coma, dreaming the troubled dreams of the turkey. For Columbians, especially, these next few days – too short for real work, too long for real stress – […]

Read More
All Articles

Free Caffeine Alert

What�s better than free food? Free Red Bull! And Sugar Free Red Bull, and new Red Bull Cola. Well, possibly not that last thing, because, well, gross. Anyway, the drinks will be available from 11am-2pm today on the ramps in Lerner. Early in the semester though it is, your Sunday (or perhaps even Wednesday) night […]

Read More

Columbia has long had a penchant for the hazardous. Shopping carts, to your hands.  Just by touching them, you risk diarrhea and worse. Sleep deprivation, to your heart.  Nearly everyone with a college degree will probably have a heart attack 50 years after graduation. Cancer drugs, to your fetuses.  But now, the miraculous techniques of […]

Read More

Live from the State of the Planet conference, an anonymous tipster with photography skills leads us to believe that the event may be… less than scintillating.   Jeff Sachs reads the news and checks his email, after the jump. Slacking off on laptops during lectures — professors: they’re just like us!

Read More

A group of first-years (who have collectively named themselves Floor 7 Productions) recently submitted their short film Waking Up and Other Hardships to Apple’s ’07 Insomnia Festival, in which high school and college student groups create their own three minutes of brilliance in under 24 hours based on a set of pre-listed elements. See if […]

Read More

Podcasting His Life Away: Electrical Engineering Prof. Daniel P.W. Ellis has a hobby even his wife finds creepy: digitally recording every waking moment of his day. Seeing it as an audiologged diary (or a “lifelog”), Ellis recounts such highlights as the fight with his wife in which he made “asshole” comments and his pleas to doctors […]

Read More

You’ve probably had your library odysseys. Some last longer than others. In this second installment of a nine-night marathon, Butler Correspondent Maryam Parhizkar narrates what it’s like to have stayed longer than almost anyone.  Night 5 By late evening the next night others have joined us in our little study spot. Someone brought pillows and […]

Read More

Have Your Say

What is the Baroness having for afternoon tea?

View Results

Loading ... Loading …

Recent Comments

sooooo #lanadelrey aesthetic (read more)
Barnumbia Trend Alert: Heart Monitors
September 29, 2023
I once saw Obama in his bedazzled goggles! You know you want to look as gorgeous as he did (read more)
Inside Look: Columbia Pool Games
September 28, 2023
❤️💙🧡 (read more)
Houses And Homes: Armenia
September 28, 2023
This is hilarious!!! And now I want banana bread 🤣 Great job! (read more)
The Hope And Heartbreak Of Dorm-Baked Banana Bread
September 27, 2023

Comment Policy

The purpose of Bwog’s comment section is to facilitate honest and open discussion between members of the Columbia community. We encourage commenters to take advantage of—without abusing—the opportunity to engage in anonymous critical dialogue with other community members. A comment may be moderated if it contains:
  • A slur—defined as a pejorative derogatory phrase—based on ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, ability, or spiritual belief
  • Hate speech
  • Unauthorized use of a person’s identity
  • Personal information about an individual
  • Baseless personal attacks on specific individuals
  • Spam or self-promotion
  • Copyright infringement
  • Libel
  • COVID-19 misinformation