On Thursday, Events Editor Julia Tolda joined Columbia Science Review’s webinar, “Decisions, Decisions: How Superstitions Drive Choice,” to learn more about the science behind superstitions and descriptive decision-making.
The Armory uptown is probably one of the best, most organized places to get vaccinated in the city. It has tons of appointment slots that open up pretty frequently. It’s also one of the most
Numerous people have been reporting that the Housing registration application that went live today seems to be broken. Students have been experiencing various technical errors, such as not being able to log in (“Either your session has timed out or you are not currently logged in”) or not being able to submit the actual application […]
Editor’s Note: Hello again! Nice to finally be back up. Unfortunately, our events system might have taken the entire site down with it for the past few days, but our crack team of computer whiz kids finally were able to go in and revive the blog. That, or the blog achieved sentience and decided to […]
So we’ve gotten approximately 700 emails over the course of the last half-day or so relating to what you’re all calling The Cubmail Outrage. So, let’s see what’s happening here shall we? UPDATE 4:34 PM: There’s a new message on the CUIT website. Full text after the jump, but the essence is “most mailboxes working, […]
With a mere half-day left of classes left, popular lecture activity GChat is tragically broken. Despair not, Columbia: This’ll all be over tomorrow. Except the GChat being broken thing, which could very well continue into Reading Week. Could you even imagine?
Oh hello! It’s good to be back home on the web again. (Though according to B&W layout editor Hans E Hyttinen, we never actually left “the internet.”) Bwog’s crack team of computer whiz kids point to something server-related as the cause of our spotty presence this weekend. But no matter, said whiz-kids are working their […]
Spectator has been having some internet troubles of late–Editor Tom Faure says they’re “reconstructing” and “a little sloppy in the day to day stuff”–so Eye‘s front page is up, but not yet the articles. Meanwhile, it’s the last issue for the magazine’s current staff. Round of applause! “Hipster rag” no longer? (page 2) But always […]