Columbia and Barnard have announced a finalized academic calendar for the 2020-2021 school year. The pre-orientation programs for first-years have either been canceled or will be held online.
The youngest suspect in the Tess Majors investigation was sentenced to 18 months under the custody of the Administration of Children’s Services following a guilty plea to one count of first-degree robbery.
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and turmoil in the New York City juvenile detention system, the youngest suspect awaits sentencing after pleading guilty for his involvement in the death of Barnard student Tess Majors.
Even with the many Google Docs of information out there right now, there are still some resources that fall through the cracks when it comes to supporting BLM.
On Saturday night, Bwog received screenshots of messages from the GroupMe of Columbia’s chapter of Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI).
Someone from Columbia is participating in Super Bowl XLVII tonight! Well, he’s not playing or anything, but Associate Athletic Director of Sports Medicine Jim Gossett with be on the sidelines serving as one of two “spotters,” whose job is to look for head and neck injuries during the game. Pretty big gig for an […]
The New York Giants beat out the Patriots in the last few minutes of this year’s Super Bowl to bring the final score to 21-17. This happened in the world, whether you were watching the game or not. In any event, rest assured that no matter what your affiliation is, there are plenty of commercials to […]
For some people, today is only about one thing– the Super Bowl. (ESPN) For others, it’s not so much about the game as it is about the halftime show, or maybe the drunk food. (MTV, Gawker) If Madonna and nachos have no allure, you could always head to the library. But be warned–even once you’re […]
If Il Cibreo is the “New Campo,” then who, you ask, is the new Campo Mike? We touched base with Scott Chilvers, General Manager of Campo 2 Il Cibreo. He’s been “with the company” for almost six years and in the industry for over 20. He hails from Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. From what we gather, he’s down […]
Still not sure where you’re going to be dipping your wings while watching the big game this evening? Bwog has your back. Here’s what’s going down in the neighborhood: Hillel will be hosting a Super Bowl Extravaganza, replete with free pizza, snacks, soda, and friends. The CU Dems invite all to join them in the Lerner Piano Lounge where […]
In case you don’t follow sports (though we prefer the term “athletically apathetic”), the Super Bowl is tomorrow, and Morningside Heights is rising to the occasion. If you know about any other Super Bowl-themed deals, let us know in the comments! In other news, CCSC President Learned Foote broke the handle of the door to […]
Congratulations to Pittsburgh locals, your Steelers have won the Super Bowl! Two additional winners tonight: MVP Santonio Holmes (below), and of course halftime act Bruce Springsteen, who hilariously assaulted a camera with the inseam of his pants. Bravissimo, all! Photo via NYT
Editor’s Note: Bwog will continue to update on the death of SEAS student yesterday, but we will also keep our regular posts going. Bwog is told there’s some kind of day of national celebration going on today, something about “football.” We’re not entirely sure about the sports end of it, but here’s a sampling of […]
Super Tuesday, almost as good as the Superbowl! Even better if you watch at 1020. Super Tuesday, almost as cool as Wolf Blitzer’s beard! What more can you ask from the frats? More Nikolai and cheap beer please. RA’s, Chateau D’If style. C’mon, who hangs their milk in a plastic bag outside of their window? […]
Vampire Weekend not worth the $10 you didn’t pay for their CD on iTunes Breaking: Super Bowl more popular, lucrative than environmentalism No asterisk for the vowel? It’s a walk-off! CC’s got Obama, GS has about what you’d expect The cookbook that Americans…er, New Yorkers…er, diet-conscious East Harlemites can’t get enough of! […]
In which Bwog factotum and freelancer CML travels to the promised land—Hillel and AEPi—in search of the perfect Super Bowl experience. It’s a fairly well-known fact around campus that Robert Kraft, who is apprently not America’s favorite magnate of mediocre cheeses but the largest shareholder of Israel’s biggest packaging plant (who knew?—Ed.), and generous donor […]
Happy Super Bowl, Columbia! It’s still the beginning of the semester, so there’s a good chance that many of you will be watching the game instead of the sky turning from light to darkness from inside the depths of Butler. So in the spirit of procrastination and camaraderie, Bwog presents a few neighborhood game-watching options. […]