Today was registration day for the class of 2023, and many Barnard first-years found themselves unable to register for their required First-Year Seminar (FYS) or First-Year Writing (FYW) classes.
Columbia Confessions has only been around for a little while, but it’s already generated some weird posts—including one in which a stoner-turned-anti-marijuana-crusader exposes us as alleges us to be a propaganda network.
Bwogger and SoCal resident Nicki Camberg has some questions, namely: what are duck boots? What is she supposed to do when it snows? Is sledding an actual thing? These aren’t rhetorical please help her.
Have you ever wondered whether or not certain less genotypical traits such as mental illness, anxiety, or PTSD can have intergenerational effects? Deputy Editor Vivian Zhou is a Neuro major, so it was only appropriate that
Bwogger Andrew Chee brings you this almost offensively-concise summary of GSSC. General Studies Student Council meets on Tuesdays at 8:15 pm in the Jed Satow Room in Lerner Hall. You know those friends who are incredibly drama-free and super reliable? Yeah, hanging out with them is always good vibes, even though juicy drama is […]
Though the weather outside may feel more like the beginning of Fall than Winter, December has officially begun, and with that comes Columbia’s annual Tree Lighting Ceremony! The ceremony, which is jointly hosted by CCSC, SGA, GSSC, and ESC, will begin at 6 p.m. on College Walk, but there will be cider, hot chocolate, and […]
This week’s meeting seemed to be all about money for CCSC. With new co-sponsorships coming in, the debate team asking for travel funding, and the Food Bank extending a partnership invitation, CCSC had some important financial decisions on the table. Michael Haggins, head of the Food Bank, proposed a partnership to the board. He explained […]
There were several students at the SGA meeting last night looking to have their voices heard, far more than I have ever seen at SGA before (usually it’s just Spec and me….). The floor opened with several students voicing their concerns about Barnard students’ new ineligibility for the pre-NSOP CUE initiative. The students wondered how all four […]
A significant portion of our staff was unwilling unable to attend the Tree Lighting Ceremony last night, but hey—ain’t those lights pretty? This year’s Tree Lighting has been lovingly summed up by the one staffer who actually sat through the whole thing: Singing was boring. Speeches were boring. Oh one minute of silence for Nelson […]
Columbians rejoice! Our beloved “Roar, Lion, Roar” will make its inaugural appearance at the Treelighting Ceremony in the form of…a rendition competition! Now you—yes, you—have the chance to perform in front of hundreds of your fellow classmates, proudly roaring as everyone else mumbles along in unison. Feel free to let loose your own take on […]
If you’re returning to campus after a fall break filled with family, hometown friends, and studying lazing around in bed, you’ll notice that Facilities has started to install lights on the College Walk trees. Stay tuned for an announcement for the tree-lighting ceremony in a week or so. The lights are actually lit before the […]
During the tree-lighting ceremony last Thursday on College Walk, our darn-diddley Dean added to the College’s finals-burden by announcing a little extra-curricular pop quiz. Though the quiz is merely a pesky distraction for our more SEAS-minded peers, Bwog is skittish (and uncomfortably reminded of consulting interviews). The Dean, however, says it’s something technical yet accessible. […]
The annual tree-lighting ceremony was yesterday evening, and for those of you who missed it, sassy cider-sipper Julia Goodman was on the scene. Last night, we got a pleasant reminder that the holidays are quickly approaching. Taking a break from rabid finals studying, I joined what looked to be the majority of the student population […]
Trim up the trees with Christmas stuff Like bingle balls, and whofoo fluff Trim up the town with goowho gums and bizilbix and wums – Doctor Seuss It’s time again for Columbia’s most festive tradition, the Tree Lighting Ceremony! Leave your dark miserable studying and revel in our campus’s wintery beauty. From the Facebook event: […]
This week we couldn’t send a Bwogger to the ESC meeting, but an inside source has sent us the minutes. Here are the highlights: The ESC’s new website’s domain, www.columbiaesc.com, has been purchased. ESC hopes to have a temporary test website up by the end of the week. Student government is still fighting for CUArts […]
Engineers have governments too! They’re just like you, except they’re engineers. Here to open your eyes as to this week’s meeting is Bwog’s report, by constant correspondent Aria Sharma: Dean Goldfarb, Interim Dean of SEAS, was present at this week’s meeting to discuss the state of the school, which can pretty much be described as […]
As always, our intrepid investigator Aria Sharma went to this week’s Engineering Student Council meeting. Here is her report: This week’s meeting was off to a robust start after a rather long break with hurricanes and elections and such. Dean Kromm visited ESC to discuss the plans for the Convent residential living space. Aside from […]
Don’t forget to head outside into the winter chill and listen to Columbia’s many a cappella groups sing and faculty and students speak at the annual Yule Log Ceremony, taking place from 6 to 7 pm on college walk. At 7 pm, the tree lights go up during the Tree Lighting Ceremony. Head back into […]
From the largest interdisciplinary fortress to the tiniest of urban meadows, no news is irrelevant. It’s about the bigger picture. A broken chain has been spotted on Low Plaza, trespass while you can! There is construction going on outside Nussbaum & Wu, so there is no outside seating (perhaps irrelevant in these current climes) Butler […]