News Editor Lauren Kahme interviews the Co-Founder of The Testing Project, a grassroots movement advocating for essential workers’ protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ever wondered what goes on behind the tiny green doors of the Korean Methodist Church & Institute on 115th? We sent our very own Tuesday daily editor Briana Bursten to check things out. The Korean Methodist Church on 115th has been the subject of many photographs that I have taken during my inebriated walks around MoHi late at night. […]
Be on the lookout for the December issue of The Blue & White, on campus this week. In the meantime, Bwog will honor our heritage/amorous affair with our mother magazine by posting features from the upcoming issue. Such treats include a breakdown of Barnard’s budget woes, a look at Columbia’s proposal for a new engineering […]
They’re here! But what shall we call them? Bwog has learned some things during our time at Columbia, namely that all the things you thought you knew are probably wrong and everything you hold dear is probably the cause of some deep-rooted societal problem. We figure our readers are pretty smart, and could help us […]
Okay, so the point of Boringside Heights (as explained by the title, which has the word ‘boring’ in it), is to note some boring things that happen in Morningside Heights (see it’s a play on words because ‘morning’ and ‘boring’ sound kind of similar). Bwog delights in these details, and we think you should too. […]
It has been a riveting week here in Morningside Heights. Bwog brings you our weekly roundup of new and exciting things to ponder and post Facebook statuses about. Morton Williams is no longer carrying peaches, because it is a beacon of the local food movement. Morton Williams has decorated for Halloween, because Halloween is a […]
Turns out Morningside Books isn’t shuttering up so fast after all. “Yes, we are still here,” proclaimed a sign posted outside the store, “many of you are wondering ‘what is going on?’ So are we.” Yes, tell us more, Morningside Books, tell us more! Basically, neighborhood folk have begun to make pledges to the bookshop […]
For those of you who weren’t on 3rd Avenue in the 110s today (about a mile from fair Alma’s gates as the crow flies), and didn’t make it to this year’s huge Puerto Rican Day festival, here’s what you missed: There was red, white and blue everywhere, but the day’s award for best show of Puerto Rican pride […]