With midterms (mostly) over and finals yet to start, I took on my biggest Cooking With Bwog challenge yet. (Previously, I have Eaten My Way Through the Core.) Follow along as I recount four perilous
Dr. Robyn Gershon, an epidemiologist and an expert on disaster preparation in the workplace, addressed students in a lecture hosted by CU Journal of Global Health.
Staff writer Mary Qiu tuned into CU Players’ two-part performance of Radio Island this weekend directed by Emma Gometz (CC ‘21) and produced by Diana Gregoire (CC ‘23) and Joanna Berkowitz (BC ‘22), and it
Multiple Bwoggers and tipsters reported that various establishments about Morningside Heights were in frustrating condition last night, disrupting the revelry of the last real night before classes start. The reports: EC: EC was a mess. Multiple frats and groups of friends were having parties in the suites and townhouses, bringing hordes of humans to the dorm. […]
Much like your peers, you may have taken a well-deserved, month-long, post-finals nap. Perhaps you’re feeling disconnected from the Columbia community as of late. Luckily, Bwog doesn’t sleep very much. Broadway Lobby gets a grassy makeover for Summer! The sports season may be over for the Columbia Lions, but Lions Basketball star Brian Barbour and […]
It may come as a shock, but the University of Havana (North) currently offers no philosophy class devoted to our patron saint, Karl Marx. Sure, half of the courses here analyze things “from a Marxist perspective” but there is no class that takes an in-depth look at Marx’s philosophy and its relationship to Hegel’s. But […]
Looks like Bill O’Reilly, in calling Columbia the “University of Havana, North,” was not actually that far off-base. The Universidad de la Habana looks curiously similar to Columbia’s Low Steps, graced by a statue modeled after our very own Alma Mater. And don’t you think PrezBo and Fidel share a certain resemblance?