An 18-year old Barnard student passed away after being stabbed in Morningside Park tonight during what police believe to be an armed robbery and assault.
Bwoggers Aditi Misra, Eliza Staples, and Sarah Perry went to an advance screening of Little Women exclusively for Barnard students. Here are their thoughts on the experience.
Two out of only 46 American college students selected, seniors Amar Bhardwaj and Young Joon Kim were recently awarded the title of 2020 Marshall Scholar.
Bwogger Miyoki Walker has noticed something troubling around campus lately: everyone’s wearing $1,500 coats. Here are a few reasons why she thinks this is stupid and hates it. 1. They cost a ridiculous amount of money. There’s no point in proving
CCSC is one busy bee today, and will be hosting a town hall-style meeting with one of Columbia’s powerbrokers, Vice-president of Campus Affairs Scott Wright in Lerner’s Satow Room, 8 pm ’til 9 pm. According to the event’s Facebook page, Wright’s purview includes departments as diverse as dining, housing, mail, and transportation. You probably have […]
Next year, a program called the “Forum” will be held in the Diana, according to a guest from Student Life. The program will emphasize public speaking and take the form of a Roman forum. The guest hopes that the event will become part of Barnard tradition. SGA is looking into the possibility of Barnard’s participation […]
Last night, Conor Skelding stopped by the second of three hearings organized by USenate’s Task Force on Military Engagement. These hearings mark the preliminary stage of the USenate investigation into ROTC’s potential return. Students of CC, BC, GS, SEAS, and SIPA will soon receive a poll by email. Good turnout at at last night’s hearing! Unlike […]
Bwog Eager Inquisitor Chloe Eichler reports from Monday night’s CCSC Town Hall. Last night, the CCSC asked to hear from you at its Town Hall meeting. And you told it to quit bothering you: you were going downtown to a bar. The overwhelming theme was school solidarity, or lack thereof. In quick succession, students ticked […]
Big changes are afoot following tonight’s SGB Town Hall meeting. Here are some bulletpoints because we know your eyes are sore from all the end-of-semester “re”-reading you’ve been doing lately. SDS was denied recognition. Again. (Last year, you’ll recall the group failed to turn up for their recognition meeting with the SGB board.) They’ve unofficially […]
In which Bwog succumbs to a terrible case of false nostalgia. Par for the course of other Barnard Townhalls, the lasanga, coffee and white tablecloths came out in full force for tonight’s discussion about student activism at Columbia in 1968. After a brief introduction by two SGA representatives announcing tonight’s speakers—Dean of the College Dorothy […]