Bwog caught a glimpse of summer and was (for the most part) able to relax this spring break!
Yay for composting! New York City to make it more accessible in the near future. Editors Warning: Mentions of violence.
Oh no! Bwog won’t be here during Spring Break! Wondering how to still be a cool person without reading Bwog every day? Follow the Ins below (and by god, ruthlessly avoid the Outs).
A whole lot of Bwoggers got up to a whole lot of stuff during this spring break.
This afternoon, one day after Columbia University released updated plans for COVID-19 safety protocols, Barnard students received a new set of guidelines in an email from Marina Catallozzi, VP of Health and Wellness.
Wooooh! Read more to find out what your lovely Bwog staff did over Spring Break.
Bwog had a pretty chill weekend, but some puked.
And we back, bitches! Bwog hopes you had a warm, wet, and wild spring break! Here’s just a little taste of what we were up to… Warm Went to Florida with friends like a cliché college student and got a sunburn the first day like a typical white. Lounged in Vondelpark chain-smoking joints under the […]
We want your Spring Break pictures! Whether you got down in Cabo San Lucas, traversed the streets of Paris, or stayed home, Bwog is invested in your good times and bad. To celebrate the relaunching of our social media platforms, Bwog has organized a giveaway. We will be judging based on humor, creativity, and aesthetics […]
Welcome back, Columbia! We hope you had a great spring break full of sun, booze, and relaxation! Or, if you stayed in NYC instead, we hope you survived the blizzard and didn’t get too sick of John JJ’s. Either way, time to check back in with today’s Bwoglines. Happening in the nation: Today, FBI Director James Comey […]
It’s almost here! You’ve been waiting since January 19th, we know. But now that the day is finally arriving, what will you be doing? Where will you be going? Just know that wherever you’ll be for Spring Break, it is what you make it. You have the power to make next week fabulous, and this […]
You’ve been hoping, wishing, dreaming of this for so long. It feels as though time has moved at a glacial pace until this point. But now, in the lulls in conversations, in the seconds of silence, in the moments before you fall asleep. You hear him: James Franco. His voice rises from somewhere deep within you, and […]
The Board of Trustees of Barnard has just approved a tuition rate increase for next year. Tuition, fees, room and board for incoming first-years will be of $60,700; higher than 2013-14 by 2.9%. The announcement e-mail, sent today to Barnard students, explains the reasoning for this raise: “In setting tuition, the College looks to a […]
It is the height of midterm season, and Bwog has to wonder… have you given up? Where is the debauchery, the fuck-it, the decisions to stay out until 3am when your midterm is at 10am the next morning? If the fight is still alive and the war isn’t over, send in your battle plans and […]
Unless you’re one of the unlucky ones who has a lit hum essay due at midnight tomorrow (Mark Lilla, we’re looking at you) or a rescheduled midterm sometime this weekend, Bwog would like to wish you a drunken and unproductive relaxing spring break. To paraphrase the words of KSho, we “hope this break affords you […]
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