With midterms (mostly) over and finals yet to start, I took on my biggest Cooking With Bwog challenge yet. (Previously, I have Eaten My Way Through the Core.) Follow along as I recount four perilous
Dr. Robyn Gershon, an epidemiologist and an expert on disaster preparation in the workplace, addressed students in a lecture hosted by CU Journal of Global Health.
Staff writer Mary Qiu tuned into CU Players’ two-part performance of Radio Island this weekend directed by Emma Gometz (CC ‘21) and produced by Diana Gregoire (CC ‘23) and Joanna Berkowitz (BC ‘22), and it
Me: Mirror, mirror on the wall: who’s the Bwoggest of them all? Mirror: Tuesday, obviously.
If you haven’t heard, this year is the inaugural Ivy League Basketball Tournament, in which four teams will compete in a bracket to determine who will represent the Ivy League in the NCAA tournament. Since the regular season now has a responsibility to assign the top four seeds, instead of just the top one, there […]
There is no need to fear. DNA Info’s Crime and Safety report for Morningside Heights has produced mainly positive results. In summation, Morningside Heights is the 38th safest neighborhood in Manhattan the city, and the 7th safest in Manhattan There has been a 76% drop in crime since 1993 There was a 3% rise in major […]
Many of us are aware of the Columbia Directory, which gives that strange grad student you met at 1020 last night the ability to look up which undergraduate dorm room you live in or allows potential employers to find out that you’re not actually an anthroposophy major. What you might not realize is that this […]
On Thursday evening, ABC News director of polling Gary Langer appeared on behalf of the Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy (ISERP) to deliver a lecture on the Whys and Wherefores of Newspolling. Lacey Harris-Coble, the Premiere Poobah of lecturehopping, reports. Seen the real poll numbers on Obama’s ratings post-SOTU? Bullshit – unless, […]
New York Magazine has been collecting a little senior wisdom of its own, polling 100 of this year’s grads on issues ranging from the great books to Hillary’s judgment of our generation. Bwog is skeptical of some of the responses: 28% of you expect to make over a quarter million a year in a decade? […]
A few days ago Google introduced a new feature called “Trends” that allows users to view statistics about the search queries that Google fields by the millions every day. And finally, we have proof that Columbia actually is more important than its ivied brethren. A comparison by volume of the search term “columbia university” versus […]