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.
Despite it being only early November, and despite many of us feeling as though NSOP was just yesterday, registration for Spring semester has already begun. We hope that by now, most of you are deep into the process of perfecting your upcoming schedule. But if not, fear not. Bwog has been procrastinating just as much […]
Registration for Spring 2014 is almost upon us. While for most people that means putting the finishing touches on their perfectly balanced schedule (right???) for Bwog that means frantically looking for an extra-esoteric class to add to our already bizarre course load. If everything next semester just seems too normal for you, there are some…eclectic…options […]
As classes really get rolling, we can only pound through our problem sets (damn you, science requirement!) and bitterly remember that awesome history of witchcraft underwater basket weaving class we had to drop. Because Bwog understands your never-ending thirst for knowledge, we’ve put together a list of nonfiction books that replace entirely match up with […]
Sure, you’ll wanna take Art Hum/Music Hum/that dinosaur class to fulfill your science requirement at some point before you graduate. But why ignore Columbia’s vast wealth of insanely-titled courses irrelevant to any topic of study ever? The challenge: take all of the following classes in lieu of your perfectly planned schedule. Convince your advisor to […]
It’s hard to believe, but registration for spring 2012 (aka the last year) starts today for seniors! Time to squeeze in that last credit of PE before you graduate. Or maybe you’re looking for a more eclectic elective to take—if so, we’ve got you covered. And don’t miss out on our jaw-dropping list of courses […]
Your advisor and your parents want you to wisely choose your classes so that you complete your major and the Core with plenty of credits to spare. But what are you to do with those leftover slots in next semester’s schedule? Take awesome classes that have nothing to do with anything—the kind you’ll remember for […]
Hark, third semester SEASlings, start pondering your major, because declaration starts tomorrow. Becoming a real college student is only a few clicks away! Remember, switching is possible, so don’t feel too pigeonholed. There’s always that mythic liberal arts education to fall back on.
The muggle equivalent of Muggle Studies/LARPers, take note Anthropology V3949 SORCERY AND MAGIC CLEN W4721x: Magic, Carnival, Sacrament and Other Theatrical Illusions: European Renaissance and Baroque Drama and Spectacle Clever word play? Planning A6233: CROWD SOURCED CITY Anthropology V3893 THE BOMB Architecture A4028: BUILDING NEW YORK Comment if the last few weeks’ stress made you think of John Jay Hall, […]
Wikipedia tells us that “In weaving willow baskets, a trough of water is needed in which to soak the dried willow rods. They are then left to stand until pliable and ready to be used in weaving. The weaving is, however, not done under water.” With that tidbit of information under our belts, registration for […]
Ready or not (probably not), class registration begins tomorrow. This usually means frantically clicking through SSOL, becoming dismayed at the slim pickings, and abandoning all hope of Art Hum for four different introductory Political Science lectures. Bwog, however, returns to bring you the best, the brightest, and the courses most likely to solicit “There is […]