Earlier today, President Bollinger announced the next phase of Columbia’s Sustainability Plan, which outlines emissions and sustainability goals for the next ten years.
Being a young Hispanic male and someone who has very strong opinions about immigration in America, Zach Hendrickson jumped at the opportunity to check out The Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity’s exhibit from the Mexican-American artist Dulce Pinzón. Located on the fourth floor of Hamilton Hall, Superheroes: Latino Immigrants Who Make New York, is a […]
This past weekend was the New York Comic Convention, a massive gathering of everything comic books. New Bwog correspondent and former Marvel Comics intern Shaina Rubin writes a dispatch about meeting the writers behind the heroes. (She’s even illustrated the scene with her very own comic.) On first entering the New York Comic Convention, known […]
Tipster Jason Patinkin relays to Bwog the following story: Apparently a man at the 116th subway stop fainted of what was perceived to be a heart attack or a stroke. The man tumbled off the platform and landed on the uptown track. Subway patrons waiting on the platform began yelling, and one ran upstairs to […]
So Park Slope is far away, but intrepid Bwog correspondents Maryam Parhizkar and Emma Jacobs made the trip and rediscovered their childhood. Remember a time before CC? Well, maybe this well help… Before the semester really gets under way, you might want to stock up on some extra support. There’s still time left to get […]