This past Thursday, the Columbia School of Nursing’s Center for Research on People of Color (CRPC) hosted Dr. Amadou Gaye, the second speaker of their Anti-Racism Speaker Series, to discuss his research on the relationship between
Want to decorate your dorm? Afraid of commitment? Halfway through the semester without doing anything for your room? You’ve come to the right place.
The Avocado… Millennials have given this fruit a bad rep because they spend $15 plus dollars on a measly slice of usually under-toasted Bunny bread with a glob of some underwhelming, unseasoned, green swamp monster guts (mostly in order to take a picture of it in front of some up-lit, paisley LA wallpaper that will […]
This past weekend, the Columbia football team lost 56-0 to Dartmouth. Per the real sports reporters at Spec, this is “the third time this season the Lions have surrendered 50-plus points.” To be fair, it’s not as bad as last year’s 69-0 loss to Hahvahd. Actually that doesn’t make us feel much better. We’ve heard that at […]
Maybe there is a role in the world for English majors after all: “excellent and versatile” writers, consider applying to work alongside Ashton Kutcher as the centerpiece of his new technology startup! For you seniors who are still figuring out how to avoid your parents’ basement, this could be the launchpad for your glamorous career as a […]
All Bwog remembers from its first high, somewhere behind Mudd during NSOP off campus is red eyes and hot Cheetos. Apparently someone else had a similar experience today on College Walk. “Do you believe in light years?” “What do you mean?” “I do. I think we should measure everything in light years. Like, height, distance, everything. […]
Think heels in Butler only cause loud noises and excessive classiness? Think again! Fatal fashionista Alexandra Svokos explains why these boots were made for walking in the library. You hear those click-clacking scrapes walking up and down 209 and you cringe, wondering what on earth would inspire some girl to wear heels to the library. […]