Yes, I will miss campus and sitting in rooms learning about all sorts of things with my peers, but there are some things that I’m ready to just say goodbye to.
The 15th Annual Jeanne Clery Lecture Series on April 6 brought sex educators Bianca Laureano and Francisco Ramirez together for a conversation about sex, dating, and intimacy during the pandemic.
Scholars from Columbia, Princeton, and the Czech Academy of Sciences spent Tuesday afternoon discussing a new volume from Suture Press titled Revolutions for the Future: May ‘68 and the Prague Spring.
Sometimes we forget, but Columbia has some freaking awesome stuff. In our efforts to remind ourselves of this, we bring you a new series: Bwog Goes Deep, in which we find cool shit in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library and tell you about it. Chances are you immediately deleted it, but last week an […]
Ever dreamed of filling the shoes of great American heroes Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, Hamilton Fish, Elihu B. Washburne, or Edward Stettinius, Jr.? What about Henry Kissinger or our own John Jay? Tonight, Asch Harwood, a Research Associate at the Council on Foreign Relations, will be offering advice on how to jump-start a career in foreign […]
Several score and a couple of years ago, state conventions ratified the highly experimental United States Constitution. This revered document is responsible both for the framework of our government and stopping Arnold Schwarzenegger from running for president. To commemorate this special day, you can pick up a free pocket version of the Constitution at the […]
Bwog’s Local Historical Figures Bureau Chief Grant D’Avino recounts a particularly laudatory and well-rounded examination of the life and politics of our very own John Jay. We all proudly hold John Jay in our collective Columbian memory as the first Chief Justice of the United States. But Thursday night, noted historian John Kaminski crafted a […]