Arts Editor Maya Campbell interviews and sees the work of Extra Credit Ensemble, a theatre group led by two current Columbia students, in a special PeopleHop/Arts Review combo post.
In which Bwog writers are berated. Being at home hasn’t stopped Bwog from doing our favorite thing: receiving hateful comments. Inspired by a video made two years ago, we’ve compiled some of our favorite mean (or just generally weird) comments that readers have left on our articles.
Kevin Chiu ’17 may be a Civil Engineering student at SEAS, but with 510 YouTube subscribers, viral video fame to his name, and hundreds of freelance jobs under his belt, he is also, very decidedly, a cinematographer extraordinaire. He sat down with daily editor Sarah Dahl to discuss his passion for film and photos, which […]
Do you like acting? What about writing? And directing? Procrastinating on YouTube? Flowcharts? Bwog’s unbeatable video team– very creatively named Bwog Video– is having a meeting tonight at 9:15 pm in the Lerner Piano Lounge. Come by to pitch an idea, sign up for a project, or just see what all the fuss is about. […]
Now that the sun’s out and summer’s right around the corner, we took to the streets area between Butler and John Jay to ask people how they’re feeling. We observed the following general sentiment: Watch the video for greater insight on this bittersweet phenomenon. CollegeTalk – Spring Has Sprung from Bwog on Vimeo.
It’s been almost a week since our beloved purveyor of malt beverages closed, and so far it has yet to reopen.* Crack Del dutifully served as a precious resource for all freshmen and we not only mourn the loss of a neighborhood staple, but the experience the Class of 2017 will miss, the joy of […]
In Bwog’s super high-tech new feature College Talks, we find out what your classmates/randos frolicking on Low Steps have to say about stuff. Check out our inaugural installment below: Send suggestions of questions you’d like to see us ask to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maybe you can win the Marshall, too! The indiscernible likelihood that Barnard women will stay strong, connected, beautiful, bold while waiting for the Nexus It isn’t easy being green Laughing as a evolutionary relic. LOL On the defense, for Israel Bonus: Video on gentrification (yes, a video)