Deputy Editor Lillian Rountree, Deputy Events Editor Grace Fitzgerald-Diaz, and SGA Bureau Chief Grace Novarr spoke with the three dissenting members of the GWC-UAW Bargaining Committee following the announcement of the tentative contract rejection and
Columbia announced that faculty and staff need to get vaccinated by September 1, 2021, in preparation for the fall semester, according to an email sent earlier this morning by University Vice President Gerry Rosberg and
The DEI commission shared their report directly with SEAS students today and asked for feedback regarding its content.
In a close vote, graduate student workers have decided against the proposed contract from the bargaining committee and the University.
Bwog surveyed students across the four undergraduate colleges to better understand the impacts of the GWC-UAW strike on their academic and emotional wellbeing.
In today’s news: early voting in New York City seems to take longer than becoming a member of the Supreme Court.
You looking for SGA news? We got it! Barnard Bureau Chief Dassi Karp went to Barnard’s Student Government Association Representative Council meeting last night, and she really did her best to pay attention the whole time. Read on to find out what (if anything) went down. We’ve made it. We’ve been trying not to get […]
Disappearing Diana Furniture, Dodge gym becoming unsafe for women, an update on transgender rhetoric on campus, oh my! Gabbi Kloppers, SGA reporter, takes you inside another interesting SGA meeting. Here’s what you missed at SGA: A large part of the meeting was devoted to reflecting on the most recent Town Hall meeting, which was focused […]
Nothing better than your professors telling you, among other things, to get drunk, send nice emails, or vote for them in the future. Thanks for responding to our call and submitting direct quotes and/or descriptions of actions. A Bwog tradition, we once again bring you end-of-the-semester closing remarks! Alexis Soloski, LitHum: “Last week I threw […]
Congratulations to the new leaders of the Barnard Class of 2019! We’d like to applaud those who exercised their right to vote, as well as all candidates who ran, some of whom employed pretty creative campaign strategies, (We’re a little disappointed that the girl who gave out roses and cupcakes didn’t win but we also […]
Confused about registering to vote as a Columbia student? Bwog’s democracy correspondent Ali Sawyer reports that it’s easier than you think. We Americans love our rights. At Bwog, we like to stretch the limits of our right to free speech on a daily basis. So why aren’t more college students using their right to vote? […]
Have you been wondering about the story behind the Campus Dems’ favorite voting website, TurboVote? Don’t worry, we weren’t, either, until we found out it was started by a Columbia grad. After doing some research, Bwog is here to enlighten you and make sure you get registered before November. We sent our ballot barista Brit […]
Forward-looking correspondent Renée Kraiem reports on last night’s SGA meeting. Last night’s Rep Council meeting began at 8:30 to accommodate the Second Annual Career Dinner, which was so successful that it seems we’re looking at a third one. And, in the spirit of the annual, the majority of the meeting was spent preparing for the next annus. […]
Alice! Health Promotion launched a poll yesterday evening in which students can write in and vote on new items. When the votes are in, Alice! will turn your clicking into free swag and give out the most popular choices. Current options range from the popular “Umbrella” to the mystifying “Sleep Mist.” Make sure to click View […]
You are young and alive. Vote! Peter Sterne tells you how. If you’re registered to vote in New York, you should receive information in your Lerner (or Altschul if you’re at Barnard) mailbox telling you that you’re registered to vote and where your assigned polling place is located. If you haven’t received any mail from the Board of Elections […]
The ESC also met Monday night. Bwog’s Sean Zimmermann was there. The council spent most of the time before the election discussing the current dining survey, and the results so far. Common student complaints on the survey included the extensive crowding of Ferris, especially on the weekends, the lack of takeout in JJs, and confusion […]
Allow us a personal anecdote, gentle reader. A few weeks ago, Bwog was sitting in a tire on the floor of our friend’s mom’s minivan, heading out of town for the weekend with a few friends. We spoke about Bacchanal, and suggested a few artists to our Bacchanal-affiliated-pal in the backseat: NOFX and blink-182, one friend, […]
Freshmen won’t learn about this ’till CC next year, but it’s time to participate in a few time-honored traditions: making fun of fresh-people CCSC candidates, and voting in real-people elections on Primary Day. 2014 CCSC campaigning began about a half hour ago, so expect to see a lot of posters outside the smokers’ benches at […]
SEAS’ student governing body presents yet another opportunity to savor Dunkin’ in all its glory today from 12-2 PM. This is your last opportunity to chill out with the totally laid back candidates in the ESC elections, which are currently underway. Find the coffee, donuts, and hopefuls in Mudd Lobby. And vote here, before the […]