The new issue of The Current is out! A gander at some of the articles within: What is TFA teaching its members? Simon Schama on teaching, choosing topics, and the digital revolution. Gays in the GOP: past, present, and future. “How two of Israel’s leading diplomats emerged from a 1970s Jewish commune at Columbia University.” […]
Everyone’s favorite Jewish affairs journal The Current just released its Spring issue, and the Zionist focus has us feeling like the most beleaguered of the Brady Bunch children. The Current’s Editor-in-Chief feels the Columbia/Barnard Hillel needs to support Israel more. Classical Zionism is so five minutes ago. Inequality even in model Israeli towns. Let’s just […]
The Current is back at it with their Fall issue. We’ll save you time by getting to the good stuff. A report card for PrezBo’s report card. A giglio — or seven-story, five-ton papier-mâché statue — grows in Brooklyn. Beijing: practically Columbia-esque in its bureaucratic character! Roth, Foer and Chabon: different approaches to Jewishness and […]
Just a week after unveiling its Spring 2008 issue, the Current, with a brand new staff in tow, is out with a brand new issue to last Columbians the entirety of the summer. Bwog had the pleasure of perusing this new release and has deemed it perfect for those moments of procrastination (or desperation) one […]
Honing in on honor. How to lose a lot of money really quickly. Preying on a praying mantis. Fancying fallacious funds. Buying your birthright. A cowboy (of sorts) who actually cares about the environment. Lionlink: Lionel and the Liberals. An Aeroplane Analytic.
Not quite Eyes Wide Shut, but close enough. A more appropriate REM song title reference is perhaps On The Street Where You Live. Infinite regression alert! If this generation really is Post-Everything, then isn’t it also Post-Post? And Post-Post-Post? I drink your milkshake! I drink it up!
Free speech or not? Why Havel might be like hearing your favorite love song, or, er, better You won’t find any Maus in this exhibit Remember reading Animorphs books under the covers until you were almost in high school and loving them? You weren’t alone. Chevron, Columbia, and the power of dissent all in one […]