News Editor Victoria Borlando interprets the purpose of the Columbia Core very literally, using everything she “learned” from Columbia in life’s most perilous feat: surviving the 1848 Oregon Trail.
On Monday, Staff Writer Phoebe Lu attended Professor Ruha Benjamin ‘s lecture titled “The New Jim Code” and learned about how machine learning algorithms contribute to systemic racism.
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On January 26, Barnard College announced its new partnership with QuestBridge, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to providing high-ranking, low-income high school students the ability to attend prestigious universities without any financial burden.
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Madura Farms drops by the Columbia Greenmarket every so often with an offering of mushrooms, and after hearing tell of their mythical abilities, Bwog’s resident magician Briana Last dropped by to uncover the truth in this edition of Tales from Farmville. Upon her arrival at the Madura tent, she was directed to Dan Madura, the […]
Buon Pane and Focaccia dishes out its namesake round breads for $4 apiece every Thursday at the Columbia Greenmarket. Barbara Olson and Joseph Garcia have been supplying the Columbia community every Thursday for over a decade, and their locally sourced toppings include goat cheese, gorgonzola, Portobello mushrooms, spinach, and artichoke hearts. In this edition of […]
Bwog loves the farmers market. You love the farmers market. The farmers market loves Columbia. But even such lovefests are not without their seedy mysteries. Resident Pomaceous Fruit Expert Diana Clarke reports. Stannard Farm sits at the corner of 115th and Broadway, Samascott Orchards on Broadway and 114th, bookending the Columbia Farmers Market. They have […]
As of now, Roaming Acres Ostrich Farm has no ostrich eggs—the two on display are hollow with holes drilled at the top. Few people but Lou, who has been in the ostrich business for 12 years, have any reason to know this, but we are not in ostrich season right now. As Bwog learned from […]
As one of the Columbia Greenmarket’s biggest fans, Bwog likes to stop and chat with the lovely people who supply us with farm fresh produce. This week, Zoe Camp met with the good people of Samascott Orchards—you may know it as the booth with the awesome apple cider. We may be more than halfway into fall, […]
We’ve done this cooking thing before, but we thought we’d, uh, kick it up a notch. Bwog obviously loves to eat, but there are others on campus with more refined palates. We turned to Matt Powell, a member of Columbia University Culinary Society, to guide us through gastronomy. Welcome to the return of Cooking with […]
Bwog loves the farmers market. You love the farmers market. The farmers market loves Columbia. A new chapter in our grand ‘Getting to Know…’ history, we present the first installment of Tales from Farmville, the lives and loves of the Morningside farmers market. Contessa Gayles reports. Every Sunday, Ruby, with dyed hair to match the […]