Content warning: This post discusses anti-Black violence, police brutality, and sexual assault regarding the 1989 Central Park Jogger case.
It is the worst of times, and the most liminal of times. Reading week snuck up on us with a slap and here we are during finals: broken, disheartened, and yearning for summer (why is it still
Bwog is thankful for many things. Our late night spontaneity. Our really photogenic staff members. Our VIP seats at V-Show. The latter might be our biggest win yet, for our elite seating got us within spitting distance of not just the actors — but Suzanne Goldberg herself. The woman of the hour, distinguishable by her […]
Our Arts Editor brings you Bwog’s review of The 121st Varsity Show, as well as some thoughts of his own. V121 opens on ambitious RA and plucky heroine Gwen Ross (Gabrielle Bullard, BC ’18) returning from a semester spent abroad. She is anxious to return to her Columbia home, and we, the audience, look forward to joining her in our own […]
Although the Varsity Show has traditionally been a highlight of prospies’ Days on Campus experience, this year, none of V121 will be performed. This came after the Office of Admissions deemed some scenes “too mature” for prospective students, claiming that much of the satire would be lost on students who have yet to experience Columbia […]
For the past three months, Bwog has been closely following the evolution of this year’s Varsity Show—from preliminary interviews to the long-awaited announcement of the C-Team, it’s yet another 20-something day of a fall semester month and V-Show has perhaps the biggest announcement for us yet. Congratulations to the V121 Cast, in alphabetical order! Gabrielle Bullard, BC […]
Say hello to who will bring this year’s Varsity Show to life – your V121 C-Team! This clearly talented group of students consists of mainly newcomers to the C-Team life, which should bring your anticipation of this year’s show to a whole new level. The Varsity Show held interviews for positions on the C-Team and […]